Definitions

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  • verb Alternative spelling of Astroturf.
  • noun Alternative spelling of AstroTurf.

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Examples

  • Do you know where the term astroturf in relation to political protest comes from?

    Lux Venit

  • There was one individual from the left who I strongly suspected was on the DNC payroll somehow - maybe not to specifically post on our board, but to spread political propaganda and engage in astroturf activities in general.

    DNC *still* advertising for astroturfers. | RedState

  • And the Platonic form of astroturf is when Peoria Parents for a Brighter Future turns out to be three bachelors in a K Street office with some letterhead and a fat check from McDonalds or something.

    But Is It REAL Astroturf?

  • The astroturf is cut into the letters "I" and "T," which I thought was a direct comment on how the cultures of H1 visa holders gets hidden in the hi-tech culture they're immersed in, but the wall didactic doesn't say anything about "IT" so maybe I'm wrong.

    APAture Live

  • Covered in astroturf and populated with dozens of city smog-resistant plants, it was larger than the entire apartment below it.

    Old Windows and New Eyes

  • Covered in astroturf and populated with dozens of city smog-resistant plants, it was larger than the entire apartment below it.

    January 2007

  • : I had no idea that the late Lloyd Bentsen, a great politician, coined the phrase astroturf, but I commend him for having done so.

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • : I had no idea that the late Lloyd Bentsen, a great politician, coined the phrase astroturf, but I commend him for having done so.

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • : I had no idea that the late Lloyd Bentsen, a great politician, coined the phrase astroturf, but I commend him for having done so.

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • The album, with the catchy title "Ronald Reagan speaks out against Socialized Medicine," was an early example of what is today called "astroturf" -- a fake grassroots effort bankrolled by a deep-pocket lobbying group.

    Chris Weigant: Friday Talking Points [83] -- Dan Froomkin's Final WashingtonPost.com Column

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