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ideologize

[ ahy-dee-ol-uh-jahyz, id-ee- ]
/ 藢a瑟 di藞蓲l 蓹藢d蕭a瑟z, 藢瑟d i- /
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verb (used with object), i路de路ol路o路gized, i路de路ol路o路giz路ing.
to explain or express ideologically: to ideologize a political opinion.
to cause to comply with or yield to a particular ideology.
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Also especially British, i路de路ol路o路gise .

Origin of ideologize

First recorded in 1855鈥60; ideolog(y) + -ize
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