- to carry on or disseminate propaganda.
Also especially British, prop·a·gan·dise.
Origin of propagandize
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Related Wordsprogram, plant, train, influence, school, initiate, instruct, convince, drill, brainwash, implant, ground, inculcate, teach, instill, imbue
Examples from the Web for propagandize
They cannot create policy, not even the policy of propaganda; but they can propagandize.Proclaim Liberty!
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.
I do not try to propagandize him, and I see some good characteristics in communism.Warren Commission (9 of 26): Hearings Vol. IX (of 15)
The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
- (tr) to spread by propaganda
- (tr) to subject to propaganda
- (intr) to spread or organize propaganda
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Word Origin and History for propagandize
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