groundswell

Definition of groundswell

ground´swell`   Pronunciation: ground´swĕl`
n.1.A long, deep wave in the sea, sometimes caused by distant winds or storms.
2.A rising sentiment of support or enthusiasm, especially among the general public; as, a groundswell of opinion favoring campaign finance reform.
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