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silent majority

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsilent majorityˌsilent maˈjority noun   the silent majority
Examples from the Corpus
silent majorityIt contains an inherent fallacy: you are expecting the silent majority to speak.For the silent majority will always be silent.That will not, by definition, come from the silent majority.This, therefore, is not the business of the silent majority which you have presented as your target.This turned him into a hero of the silent majority.Highly-educated women were able to find a place within society: the silent majority remained silent.Following the statement, the silent majority returned to silence.The silent majority had begun to stand up.
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