Definition of public:
vulgar, national, diverse, creation, vacant, universe, unwritten, shared, constitutional, commonplace, world, earthly concern, received, general, state, government, going, developmental, state-supported, conjunct, Congressional, tribal, free-for-all, collective, federal, politics, humans, concerted, usable, country, specific, populace, habitual, ruling, available, person, known, civic, frequent, unrestricted, out, common, group, seasonal, cosmos, governmental, normal, democratic, (out) in the open, ordinary, municipal, macrocosm, mutual, transparent, domain, mixed, spare, on offer, overall, community, factional, cooperative, close-knit, in the public domain, personal, open, free, multiple, majority, open-door, your fellow man/men, laissez-faire, civil, existence, reality, metropolitan, unexclusive, semipublic, worldly concern, earth, private, prevalent, from all walks of life, accessible, combined, Interior, the many, familiar, multicultural, unanimous, joint, usual, pooled, customary, collaborative, overt, in the public eye, expansionist, universal, township, imperialist, nongovernmental, city, globe, unclassified, united, bureaucratic, restricted, conjoint, hawkish, everyday, prevailing, individual.
- human (part of speech: adjective)
- people (part of speech: noun)
- mankind (part of speech: noun)
- "Narrative of the Life of Moses Grandy, Late a Slave in the United States of America", Moses Grandy.
- "The Rome Express", Arthur Griffiths.
- "The Makers of Canada: Index and Dictionary of Canadian History", Various.