He seems to have been exceedingly popular both at school and within his own family.
The central conflict in the play is between two Irish novelists, one exceedingly popular, the other more artistic and therefore less successful.
These have proved to be exceedingly popular because of the simple and attractive manner in which difficult concepts have been presented.
It proved exceedingly popular, and had at least eight reprint editions in the following two years.
The Dialoghi was an exceedingly popular book that enjoyed at least five editions in twenty years.
Periodicals were exceedingly popular, and the art of essay writing was at nearly its apex.
The river had become exceedingly popular for sport and leisure.
During the 1910s she was exceedingly popular worldwide, making $4,000 a week in the United States alone.
It is exceedingly popular because several forms have variegated foliage.
The photos that let you share the faces of your friends and family are a key reason that Facebook is exceedingly popular.