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View synonyms for propagandize

propagandize

[ prop-uh-gan-dahyz ]

verb (used with object)

, prop·a·gan·dized, prop·a·gan·diz·ing.
  1. to subject to propaganda:

    The Foreign Affairs department developed a plan to propagandize enemy countries.

  2. to propagate or publicize (principles, dogma, etc.) by means of propaganda:

    The newspaper was accused of propagandizing state-approved stories rather than providing factual coverage.



verb (used without object)

, prop·a·gan·dized, prop·a·gan·diz·ing.
  1. to carry on or disseminate propaganda:

    Government agencies are supposed to be politically neutral, and are not supposed to propagandize in favor of specific agendas.

propagandize

/ ˌprɒpəˈɡændaɪz /

verb

  1. tr to spread by propaganda
  2. tr to subject to propaganda
  3. intr to spread or organize propaganda


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Word History and Origins

Origin of propagandize1

First recorded in 1835–45; propagand(a) + -ize
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Example Sentences

I do not try to propagandize him, and I see some good characteristics in communism.

They cannot create policy, not even the policy of propaganda; but they can propagandize.

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.

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