verb[no object] chiefly • derogatory
- 1Promote or publicize a particular cause, organization, or view, especially in a biased or misleading way: abolitionist leaders had not specifically propagandized for emancipationMore example sentences
- While displaying nostalgia for a vanishing rural and small-town America, their work also adeptly propagandized for the New Deal.
- Whether it was a grandchild, niece, nephew or child, nearly everyone in America would have a personal stake to think about when the country was being rallied or propagandized for war.
- She also has propagandized political, feminist views and lifestyle.
- 1.1 [with object] Attempt to influence (someone) with propaganda: people who have to be emotionalized and propagandized by logical argumentsMore example sentences
- I also must report that I've visited France and no doubt succumbed to certain attempts to propagandize me.
- I see the center as part of an incremental series of intricate moves toward justice; those who disagree with my premises see it as an attempt to propagandize women into a utopian, unrealistic mindset.
- When we propagandize him, we cannot talk about this side of him.