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1. plebeian

adjective. ['pləˈbiːən'] of or associated with the great masses of people.

Synonyms

  • vulgar
  • unwashed
  • common

Antonyms

  • clergyman
  • intellectual
  • middle-class
  • upper-class

Etymology

  • plebeius (Latin)
  • plebs (Latin)

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Rhymes with Plebeian

  • indo-european
  • epicurean
  • cyclopean
  • tennessean
  • mycenaean
  • maccabean
  • jacobean
  • galilean
  • european
  • eritrean
  • caribbean
  • vannguyen
  • protean
  • crimean
  • sofian
  • shahian
  • mckeone
  • mckeon
  • mcgeean
  • korean
  • fujian
  • boolean
  • treon
  • breon
  • asean
  • aegean
  • achaean
  • vian
  • theon
  • teehan

How do you pronounce plebeian?

Pronounce plebeian as pləˈbiən.

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2. plebeian

noun. ['pləˈbiːən'] one of the common people.

Synonyms

  • pleb
  • common people
  • commoner
  • folk
  • folks
  • philistine
  • lowbrow
  • anti-intellectual
  • common man

Antonyms

  • decent
  • formal
  • clean
  • rural area

Etymology

  • plebeius (Latin)
  • plebs (Latin)

Sentences with plebeian


1. Adjective
His show name and "call" name are often entirely different, with the latter sharing popularity with dogs of more plebeian descent.

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