Definitions

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  • noun The act of demonizing or something demonized

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  • noun to represent as diabolically evil

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Examples

  • The unruly discourse with its fear mongering, name calling, and even occasional demonization is because the stakes really are high, our problems really serious and there are more voices than ever before vying to be heard -- no wonder there is so much yelling.

    Rabbi Irwin Kula: Gridlock Is Good

  • The unruly discourse with its fear mongering, name calling, and even occasional demonization is because the stakes really are high, our problems really serious and there are more voices than ever before vying to be heard -- no wonder there is so much yelling.

    Rabbi Irwin Kula: Gridlock Is Good

  • His demonization is primarily through the literature in the day for those who were different than the ideal American.

    Legendary Americans You've Never Heard Of | myFiveBest

  • The unruly discourse with its fear mongering, name calling, and even occasional demonization is because the stakes really are high, our problems really serious and there are more voices than ever before vying to be heard -- no wonder there is so much yelling.

    Rabbi Irwin Kula: Gridlock Is Good

  • But whatever else tomorrow means, it will not mean that the country wants its leadership to engage, above all else, in demonization of people who are different and downtrodden, and this is precisely what the GOP will continue to do.

    Jonathan Weiler: Why the Republicans Will Misread Tomorrow's Elections Results

  • L for Legend@ the liberal name calling and demonization is getting real old and kinda shows that you dope addictted products of the NEA controlled education system are incapable of carrying on a discussion about issues.

    Nelson to support motion to proceed

  • But whatever else tomorrow means, it will not mean that the country wants its leadership to engage, above all else, in demonization of people who are different and downtrodden, and this is precisely what the GOP will continue to do.

    Jonathan Weiler: Why the Republicans Will Misread Tomorrow's Elections Results

  • It is simply a political exercise in demonization by the current sleazy admnistration and I would love to see them end up with egg all over them again.

    Cheney wrong on interrogation inquiry facts, Obama official says

  • But whatever else tomorrow means, it will not mean that the country wants its leadership to engage, above all else, in demonization of people who are different and downtrodden, and this is precisely what the GOP will continue to do.

    Jonathan Weiler: Why the Republicans Will Misread Tomorrow's Elections Results

  • The unruly discourse with its fear mongering, name calling, and even occasional demonization is because the stakes really are high, our problems really serious and there are more voices than ever before vying to be heard -- no wonder there is so much yelling.

    Rabbi Irwin Kula: Gridlock Is Good

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