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groundswell

  
  
A sudden growth of public feeling or support for something is often called a groundswell.     (JOURNALISM)      n-sing   with supp, usu N of n  
There is undoubtedly a groundswell of support for the idea of a strong central authority..., The groundswell of opinion is in favour of a referendum.     
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