Origin of demagogic
Related formsdem·a·gog·i·cal·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for demagogic
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
True to form, he did deliver the most demagogic moment of the night, referring to the “Obama Depression.”
It was demagogic, but the mostly female crowd of Shriver and Schwarzenegger fans roared their approval.
But they will most likely collapse if they actually seek it and refuse to let go their demagogic ways.
The speech was not demagogic, and after George W. Bush, we can at least be thankful for that.
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
Mr. Britling, who seemed to Mr. Direck to be for a captain rather too demagogic, also ran back to rally his forces by loud cries.Mr. Britling Sees It Through|H. G. Wells
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
Fortnoye only retreated to Belgium as a refuge for his demagogic opinions.
To many even liberal scholars of the day, Luther's doctrines appeared wild and demagogic.De Re Metallica|Georgius Agricola