- of or relating to ideology.
- speculative; visionary.
Origin of ideological
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Several Republicans won primaries in 2014 by running as ideologically pure conservatives who wanted new leadership in the House.Kamikaze Congress Prepares to Strike Boehner
January 6, 2015
Obviously, the Snow/Snowden story was also a much later add-on—and one that reinforces the ideologically correct message.Fake Snowden Is Russia’s Newest TV Star
October 12, 2014
Mark Jurkowitz, one of the authors of the Pew study, says the ideologically driven reporting tends to be on the right.Who’s Watching Your Statehouse? No One.
July 19, 2014
I am right there with them ideologically, I mean, ‘Taxed Enough Already.’Conservative Senator Kicks Tea Party to the Curb
May 31, 2014
In the general election, it was actually Obama, not Romney, who was ideologically further from the most voters.The Anti-‘Game Change’: ‘The Gamble’ Shows How Obama Really Won
November 8, 2013
There were also indications that many creative works were not ideologically pure.Area Handbook for Albania
Eugene K. Keefe
Ideologically, the revolution was American- and European-inspired since it was focused on freedom and equality.The Haciendas of Mexico
Paul Alexander Bartlett
Ideologically, it is well known that Bulgaria is a loyal partner within the Soviet-dominated socialist group.Area Handbook for Bulgaria
Eugene K. Keefe, Violeta D. Baluyut, William Giloane, Anne K. Long, James M. Moore, and Neda A. Walpole