Definitions

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  • adjective Extremely partisan; extremely biased in favor of a political party.
  • adjective Sharply polarized by political parties in fierce disagreement with each other.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Log in to Reply well Kyle that "hyperpartisan" bickering during Clinton...

    “How do ya like me now?” - Erick’s blog - RedState

  • Pollster Mark DiCamillo of the Field Poll said the governor's action Thursday could call attention to the "hyperpartisan" divisions in the Democratic-controlled Legislature.

    Hispanic Business Magazine

  • Pollster Mark DiCamillo of the Field Poll said the governor's action Thursday could call attention to the "hyperpartisan" divisions in the Democratic-controlled Legislature.

    Hispanic Business Magazine

  • Hyperpartisan people fuel hyperpartisan politicians and politics.

    Curbing medical lawsuits: What Obama really means

  • While participants attended for a variety of reasons, many of them raised concerns about the deteriorating state of news media, especially the hyperbolic and hyperpartisan content of 24/7 cable news networks.

    Chase Whiteside: New Left Media at the Rally to Restore Sanity (VIDEO)

  • Political analysts say all of this has led to a hyperpartisan political environment in Washington, one that former Senator Bob Bennett says he knows all too well.

    Key Vote Looms in US Amid Polarized Political Atmosphere

  • Mr. Obama's McCain moment—raising expectations of economic seriousness and then dropping them over the cliff—was his hyperpartisan deficit speech at George Washington University in April.

    Obama's Cloud Economy

  • Mr. Obama's McCain moment—raising expectations of economic seriousness and then dropping them over the cliff—was his hyperpartisan deficit speech at George Washington University in April.

    Obama's Cloud Economy

  • The idea that we need 60 votes to pass all legislation in this deliberately obstructionist and hyperpartisan environment ensures that the government will be completely deadlocked.

    Matthew Yglesias » Ungovernable America

  • We're glad to hear it, but the sudden appearance of thousands of missing votes takes place in a hyperpartisan environment with mistrust already high.

    Badger State Bungle

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  • A timely word indeed.

    September 22, 2010