editorializing love

Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of editorialize.

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Examples

  • So Josh's editorializing is being depicted, yet again, as "reporting"! ha ha.

    Education Reform Bill Goes to Governor « PubliCola

  • I was responding to the "with friends like these" pejorative editorializing done by Greg.

    Obama Surrogate: He Will Be "First Woman President"

  • LEACHMAN: A lot of times, it's -- you can fall into the trap of editorializing, which is, you know, ain't that funny.

    CNN Transcript May 11, 2002

  • Winkelspecht, in which he provides more information to Frederick than he elicits from him, not to mention his self-justifying editorializing, which is always useful in an investigation.

    Captain of a Crew of One

  • I get a few complaints now and then about how he still gets into the habit of "editorializing," but for the most part, he took his lumps at the old Lakota Times, learned his craft, and has turned out to be a good staff writer for ICT.

    Tim Giago: The Education of Jerry Reynolds

  • This is called "editorializing," and as I said, it is a common malady with new writers.

    Tim Giago: The Education of Jerry Reynolds

  • Writers should avoid "editorializing" or political preaching in their stories, and focus on the dynamics of character and plot, letting the cultural issues rise organically from the material.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • Writers should avoid "editorializing" or political preaching in their stories, and focus on the dynamics of character and plot, letting the cultural issues rise organically from the material.

    WRITING AWARD

  • The article has the facts of the case, as well as some editorializing which is a little bit more than by far on the clueless side when the author makes a snide remark about bestiality.

    Polygamy Civil Unions

  • The article has the facts of the case, as well as some editorializing which is a little bit more than by far on the clueless side when the author makes a snide remark about bestiality.

    Life of Brian:

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