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- n. Variant of demagogue.
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- n. Alternative spelling of demagogue.
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- n. Demagogue.
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- n. a political leader who seeks support by appealing to popular passions and prejudices
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"demagog," students are apt to think, incorrectly, that that spelling is the common "correct"
Those demagog will be plunged into such confusion as they already are and they going to start blamming one another.
Can you say demagog? or banana republic? cause that's where this is heading.
Palin is hitting the demagog ball out of the park.
Sú to ľudia, ktorí sa stali korisťou demagog, boli vtiahnutí do učenec je prostredníctvom emotívne vzor odvolania a ľahké obetovať.
Títo ľudia len zriedka uvedomujú, ako táto ideológia je obetovať alebo sa zapojiť do popretie nad tým, koľko demagog ovplyvniť ich nápady.
But we live in a non-U world; just as catalogue and dialogue have been dropping their ue endings, so too will demagogue soon enough be spelled demagog, with its gerund demagoging.
That is my opinion and that I have always thought -- a demagog and a fake.
Richard Nixon is in his opinion "a demagog and a fake," and that he had based his conclusion on Nixon's acts, primarily his aggression in Vietnam.
But what I want to say is that it would be fraud to try and install a demagog.