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- adj. ideological
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. concerned with or suggestive of ideas.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as ideological.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. concerned with or suggestive of ideas
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Look at the ideologic duds the Bush boys put on the bench. w.l. jones
Only the immune people remained and at the end of the dream they sat there, in the ruins, looking at each other, hate and ideologic differences still in the backs of their minds, knowing that they had to go on together.
For one, Barack Obama seems to be far more ideologic al than Bill Clinton -- so ideological that Hillary Clinton was the moderate alternative in 2008.
Yet it looks like the nominations by Obama are being held up for ideologic approval by the tea baggers.
What happened for not having tests for ideologic purity.
Willing to bankrupt the Nation and their Children's futures for their self-serving ideologic desires.
And as a grassroots movement, how do they draft an ideologic purity test?
YOU had six years to do what you thought right about healthcare reform, and all we got was some ideologic-driven drivel about social security and a useless, stupid war.
And just how did this vote come about? .... in the midst of one of the largest cases of [R] ideologic hypocrisy .... the downfall of the christian, family values hero Sanford.
But the argument that using tests is an ideologic waste of time fails when one considers how it can help to insure architectural decisions.