coram populo

/ Latin (ˈkɔːræm ˈpɒpʊˌləʊ) /

  1. in the presence of the people; publicly

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How to use coram populo in a sentence

  • He fills railway carriages and omnibuses, obstructs the pavement in perambulators, and is suckled coram populo in the Exhibition.

    Town Life in Australia | R. E. N. (Richard) Twopeny
  • Of late their outbreaks have not been confined to night-work, but take place in open daylight, coram populo et police.

    Town Life in Australia | R. E. N. (Richard) Twopeny
  • I did not, of course, tear my hair coram populo over my loss, and she took it for lordly indifference.

    Falk | Joseph Conrad
  • Videntur olim coram populo, sive ad instruendum sive ad placendum, a fratribus mendicantibus reprsentata.

  • Just consider what life would be, if every rogue was found out, and flogged coram populo!

    Roundabout Papers | William Makepeace Thackeray