- v. present participle of sloganeer.
- n. persuasion by means of empty slogans
“Green sloganeering is very "in" these days, and as Lockyer's predecessor as State Treasurer, Phil Angelides, once quipped, environmental business projects reminded him of high school sex in his youth, "Everybody's talking about it, but nobody's doing it.”
“Her political sloganeering is not helpful nor welcomed.”
“Makes sense, although some history on why sloganeering is banned and why a t-shirt would be considered ‘sloganeering’ woul be appreciated.”
“It is all such stupid sloganeering from the Cheney administration.”
“I also don't mean "sloganeering" - e.g. corpse graffiti, arranging consumables or cans as in UO or Eve Online, respectively to spell words, etc.”
“His next slide is a picture of a bumper sticker bearing the slogan “The Global War on Terror is NOT a Bumper Sticker” as if to perfectly illustrate the point that “war on terror” has become a vapid exercise in sloganeering.”
“That kind of sloganeering was used as part of the rational behind the destruction of the functional organizations, but at a tragic cost to everyone involved.”
“Senator Russ Feingold, the first lawmaker to propose a deadline for a troop pullout -- at least the first lawmaker in the Senate to do so -- says Mr. Bush engaged in more -- quote -- "sloganeering" today.”
“It seems doubtful that we can get at the essential changes in the structure of power with the kind of sloganeering he offers.”
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words I saw while reading the Bike Snob
Words only (I left out the expressions) from Geza Kerenyi's EN-HU interpreters' dictionary. Most of them pose some difficulty when interpreted between HU and EN in either or both directions.
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