propagandistic love

Definitions

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  • adj. Having the characteristics of propaganda.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of the nature of or characterized by propagandism; devoted or pledged to a propaganda.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. of or relating to or characterized by propaganda

Etymologies

From propagandist +‎ -ic. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • She called the movie "propagandistic" and savaged director Davis Guggenheim for his "complete indifference to the wide variation among charter schools."

    Richard Whitmire: 'Superman' Snub: Should The Documentary Have Been Nominated For The Oscars?

  • The biggest blowup occurred in October when the National Council of Visual Arts, a state agency that organizes the biennial and other major art events across Cuba, sent a mass email to its member artists denouncing her for spending time with human-rights activists and producing "propagandistic" shows, according to a copy of the email obtained by The Wall Street Journal.

    Cuba Now

  • Buthelezi declaimed the ANC's "propagandistic" campaign in which the IFP was described as a backward party espousing traditionalism and feudalism.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • If that be "propagandistic" treason — make the most of it.

    Cultural Barbarians?

  • Ed Fitzgerald, QC, defending said that the video material was part of a "propagandistic"

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Ed Fitzgerald QC, defending said the video material was part of a "propagandistic" Serbian television documentary with racist overtones.

    Dose.ca Music briefs

  • (Speaking of which, "propagandistic" is not a word)

    BlueOregon

  • I wonder if there's a Saudi millionaire out there willing to pay money for this kind of propagandistic acrobatics?

    Latest Articles

  • There is money to be made from advertising, and so a whole industry of quasi-journalists has grown up to package news as a kind of propagandistic diatribe for consumption by these junkies.

    Latest News

  • As Fairness And Accuracy (FAIR) points out, "The escalation of the war in Afghanistan is treated as something that cannot be debated (see the Sunday chat shows) or as the only thing that might save the women of that country (see Time magazine's recent propagandistic cover)."

    Danny Schechter: How Can You Cover a War From Only One Side?

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