people's (not comparable)
- Considered to be of, from, or in tune with the common people, rather than from a ruling elite.
2011, Andrew [David] Morton, “Foreword”, in Diana: Her True Story – In Her Own Words, electronic edition, London: Michael O'Mara Books, ISBN 978-1-84317-715-9:
- She [Diana, Princess of Wales] was of the people and for the people, and the Prime Minister, Tony Blair, captured that sentiment when he described her as 'the people's princess'.
- In certain socialist states: of, from, or controlled (at least in name) by the common people rather than a ruling elite.
- Used in literal contexts: see people, -'s.
of, from, or controlled by the common people