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Difference between 'Popular' and 'Populous'

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Popular is that thing or person which or who pleases the people.

Populous means 'full of people' or 'crowded'.

Sample Usage

1. Some of the popular leaders of India are against office-acceptance under the new constitution.
2. She is very popular with children.

1. Bombay is a populous city.
2. A populous area.

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