Definitions

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  • adv. In a partisan way.

Etymologies

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partisan +‎ -ly

Examples

  • Contrary to what Al says, or wants to knee-jerk believe, the market today had nothing to do with Obama and everything to do with the continuing implosion of the financial sector (if I wanted to be partisanly stupid about it I could easily blame it all on Bush, of course).

    Matthew Yglesias » Disrespect

  • The film is propagandistic and decietful, objectively and non-partisanly.

    Catching Up on SciFi Movies (Part 5)

  • A justice has to work with other justices and law clerks, a much smaller pool, and although this pool is often ideologically and even partisanly (is that a word?) charged, her vote still equals one of nine and on close cases she might have to be negotiated with in ways that the president does not.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Kagan and Diversity Hiring

  • Surely there are some new, bright minds on both sides whose attitudes have not become so partisanly hardened. sunshine

    Carville, Matalin share rare tender moment

  • A justice has to work with other justices and law clerks, a much smaller pool, and although this pool is often ideologically and even partisanly is that a word? charged, her vote still equals one of nine and on close cases she might have to be negotiated with in ways that the president does not.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Kagan and Diversity Hiring

  • A short summary of who our enemy is: As previously stated, our very own incumbent government, consisting of a president and vice president (both of which were fraudulently elected successively in 2000 and 2004) and also a so-called House of Representatives (which has bi-partisanly supported every budget for the War of Lies for eight years) and a Senate (which recently supported the War of Lies 'budget by a vote of 93-1).

    Eight Years of Snazzy Signs, Nifty Slogans and Weekend Vigils Doesn't Hack It.

  • From a partisan perspective, I think it's really good that we have a Lib Dem writing in such a prominent publication, and I think hopefully a bit more non-partisanly that MPs writing stuff for public consumption is a useful thing for them to undertake generally.

    Outside jobs for MPs

  • Afterwards the video of the Gibson-Palin get together was grossly, partisanly cut by the network prior to broadcast, presenting an eviscerated mess designed to make Palin look dim.

    Meghan McCain: "Sarah Palin is the only part of the campaign that I won’t comment on publicly."

  • Dowd also notes that Obama is already the most partisanly polarizing president in recent years, an astounding accomplishment given the rancor that surrounded his precedessors:

    Yes, She Can? ON Sarah Palin and 2012 - Dan_McLaughlin’s blog - RedState

  • And that supposedly non-partisan community organizing groups, especially if they get any public funds, should non-partisanly try to obtain voter registations from people of all races and creeds, even in areas that might support those hated Republicans too.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Politicizing Justice:

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