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  • v. Present participle of sensationalize.

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Examples

  • The lawyer also clashed repeatedly with local journalists covering the case, lambasting them for what he characterized as sensationalizing the story and lamenting that "the public thinks that Syncrude's being tried for killing ducks."

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  • Since Huckabee's interview was published last week, he has released a statement on his Web site, accusing The Perspective of "sensationalizing" his "well-known and hardly unusual views of same-sex marriage."

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  • Sittampalam at risk by "sensationalizing" his deportation, especially since a government delegate had earlier concluded he would face no harm in Sri Lanka because his public profile had faded.

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  • "sensationalizing" his death as a swine-flu fatality, says Leyva's niece, and stigmatizing his wife and three children, who've been left with little if any income.

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  • The U.S. has turned into a nut house and the media up there is all about sensationalizing and pushing left wing politics.

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  • Suffice to say my next comment comes with that in mind, and I respond with Well, ya know... on the news on my way to PDX in the airport they were also sensationalizing Portland as a quack area ridden with protests filled with young rebellious kids and hippies on the streets.

    Bethany Herr Hatfield: Re-Speaking Detroit

  • In order for that to happen we have to do away with the old way of thinking we know a whole of a place because the media is sensationalizing the bad and grasp the good firsthand from people one on one.

    Bethany Herr Hatfield: Re-Speaking Detroit

  • The "dog woman" ad, showing a half dog, half woman crouched on her elbows, her eyes blackened, furthers the sensationalizing of mental illness with the tag line, "Because Relapses Are A Living Nightmare."

    Martha Rosenberg: Do These Drug Ads Offend You?

  • Unfortunately, our media waste too much time reporting on celebrities, sensationalizing family dramas, and giving opinions -- not news.

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  • But due to increasingly obvious corporate and financial subversion of the press, this technology is misappropriated as a means of teasing, titillating and sensationalizing the news.

    Bob Cesca: Cable News Debate Coverage Is Hurting Democracy

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