Origin of demagogic
OTHER WORDS FROM demagogicdem·a·gog·i·cal·ly, adverb
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How to use demagogic in a sentence
This makes us distinctly vulnerable to the large scale, distorting effects of demagogic populism, fueled by the rapid spread of misinformation through social media.Are We Cut Out for Universal Morality? - Issue 100: Outsiders|William J. FitzPatrick|May 26, 2021|Nautilus
The 1988 presidential race is rightly remembered for its focus on demagogic and racially coded appeals.Why Isn’t Prison Justice on the Ballot This Tuesday?|Inimai Chettiar, Abigail Finkelman|November 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It is always easier to blame the big bad Israelis—or a non-violent, non-demagogic, not very charismatic leader like Fayyad.
It's mildly demagogic and misleading, but in the realm of politics, it's fair.
But the most important element of right-wing demagogic populism is the most impossible to retrieve: Soviet communism.Soviet Communism’s Collapse Left America’s Far Right Without a Real Foe|Lee Siegel|April 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
True to form, he did deliver the most demagogic moment of the night, referring to the “Obama Depression.”
One day the people might take these demagogic writings seriously and then there would be the devil to pay.The Lion and The Mouse|Charles Klein
Wisely indeed, he retired from parliamentary life, after realizing that debating power cannot be acquired by demagogic speaking.England, Canada and the Great War|Louis-Georges Desjardins
I do not mean anything demagogic; I do not mean to talk as if we wanted a great mass of men to rush in and destroy something.The New Freedom|Woodrow Wilson
It has introduced into the literary profession a demagogic habit, and has set up a quantitative instead of a qualitative standard.Personality in Literature|Rolfe Arnold Scott-James
This unfortunate declaration of Morris gave the Republicans an opportunity of unlimited demagogic appeal.The Life of John Marshall Volume 3 of 4|Albert J. Beveridge