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  • v. Alternative spelling of editorialize.

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

  • v. insert personal opinions into an objective statement


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  • This doesn't mean they don't editorialise, often wildly.

    Do TV's 'scripted reality' shows fuel regional prejudice?

  • He would not be slow to make his feelings known if his bosses decided to editorialise on air? not least because it would suggest his old adversary Alastair Campbell might have been right all along.

    Adam Boulton: The pugilist of the airwaves

  • Although I will not be able to editorialise as much as I do on here I can point to the evidence which will I hope allow readers to draw conclusions similar to my own.

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  • I'm not sure which makes me wanna hurl more, the books themselves or this cake, ha ha sorry, I shouldn't editorialise, but the books really are trash.

    The Twilight of Our Discontent

  • Instead of saying that troops have been sent to the Tribal Areas in response to terrorism, they editorialise that suicide-bombing trouble in the big cities has started after the troops were sent into the Tribal Areas.

    Now Terrorists Set Eyes On Pakistan's Capital

  • Moore is entitled to editorialise as much as he likes … but to dress it up as “fact” or “documentary” is simply deceitful and he gets away with it because he plays to the convictions of the huge Liberal lobby in Hollywood.

    The Gover Boils Michael Moore at Centigrade 7-7

  • (The Post, for instance, put its report on page 12, and neither it nor the NYT saw fit to editorialise on the meeting this morning).

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  • They then editorialise news reports, including in the stories they choose to cover, to promote or ridicule opinions and sometimes individual politicians.

    Brainwashing the Right

  • Far better you work within your community to educate voters, or help out at a child care center, or rebuild the kitchen at a senior center than editorialise about who to hate next.

    Who Are the Enemies of Democracy?

  • All the more shameful then, for the Guardian, the chief “organ” of British invertebrate liberalism, to editorialise, magisterially about Islamic-Christian relations 18-9-06.

    The Pope and the Prophet


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