- to carry on or disseminate propaganda.
Also especially British, prop·a·gan·dise.
Origin of propagandize
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Examples from the Web for propagandize
They cannot create policy, not even the policy of propaganda; but they can propagandize.Proclaim Liberty!
They also propagandize against religion and such so-called crimes as laziness and indifference.
To supplement the formal media of communication, there are about 25,000 Party agitators who propagandize among the masses.
I do not try to propagandize him, and I see some good characteristics in communism.Warren Commission (9 of 26): Hearings Vol. IX (of 15)
The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
- (tr) to spread by propaganda
- (tr) to subject to propaganda
- (intr) to spread or organize propaganda
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Word Origin and History for propagandize
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