Definition of hate-mongering in English:

hate-mongering

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adjective

(Especially of speech or writing) arousing or intended to arouse feelings of hatred: inflammatory, hate-mongering rhetoric
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  • The cause of their victimization was nothing but hated against us from a hate-mongering feudal and military ruling class.
  • Not enough people will vote and those that do mostly embrace today's hate-mongering administration.
  • With all the hate-mongering forces out there the most subversive thing you can do is be happy.

noun

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The arousal of feelings of hatred using speech or writing: hate-mongering and incitement to violence stop the racist hate-mongering
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  • He is highly selective in deciding what constitutes "hate-mongering."
  • He considers the time is now ripe also for regulating hate-mongering.
  • Hate-mongering is a feature of extremist internet chatrooms around the world.

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