Definitions

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  • verb subject to propaganda
  • verb spread by propaganda

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Examples

  • The British public are finally realising what liars currently rule us and what liars there are in the media willing to propagandise on behalf of their political chums and masters in the Labour government.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • The British public are finally realising what liars currently rule us and what liars there are in the media willing to propagandise on behalf of their political chums and masters in the Labour government.

    Old Jug Ears warns Tories on impartiality

  • Similar points could be made against the BBC in their biased coverage of the US elections and of course against the BBC for the way they shamelessly propagandise on behalf of the Labour party in the UK.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • It's an absurd way to propagandise for breastfeeding.

    Welcome to parenthood

  • Similar points could be made against the BBC in their biased coverage of the US elections and of course against the BBC for the way they shamelessly propagandise on behalf of the Labour party in the UK.

    The US housing and banking crisis

  • Pack up and sell off the BBC news organisation, take away the poll tax money that it uses to propagandise it's bigoted agenda.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Such legal actions may have little chance of succeeding in court but their purpose is to propagandise, terrorise and demoralise, in which they have significant success.

    Israel's choice

  • It gave Gaza correspondent and donkey expert Aleem Maqbool the opportunity to glowingly propagandise on behalf of Hamas painting Israeli forces as homicidal monsters who deliberately target children before then switching to an accusatory interview with Israeli government spokesmen Mark Regev.

    Biased BBC

  • Such legal actions may have little chance of succeeding in court but their purpose is to propagandise, terrorise and demoralise, in which they have significant success.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • “Such legal actions may have little chance of succeeding in court but their purpose is to propagandise, terrorise and demoralise, in which they have significant success”.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

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