verb(usually as noun sloganeering) [no object]
- Employ or invent slogans, typically in a political context: at least he avoided vapid sloganeeringMore example sentences
- Using images derived from mass psychology, public participation is distorted into little more than sloganeering, by ambitious politicians and symbolic politics.
- Inside, dozens of stalls sold goods ranging from Palestinian olive oil to sloganeering tee shirts advertising everything from cannabis and Che Guevera to ‘No Sweat’ fair trade plimsolls.
- One common emotion is driving the small army of Korean protesters marching, sloganeering and even demanding the withdrawal of an old ally: their shock, then anger, over the lack of any one being punished.
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- A person who sloganeers: as the sloganeers put it: ‘peace through strength’More example sentences
- MacPhee traces stencil graffiti from Marxist sloganeers in postwar Europe to Cold War revolutionaries to '70s conceptual artists, punks and finally a mishmash of skaters and other urban subculturists in the '80s and '90s.
- You are one of the leading conservative sloganeers who arrogantly claim a lock on the moral high ground while deriding those who dare to ‘deviate’ from your ‘norm.’
- Obviously the sloganeers knew that almost everyone was aware that those gaps existed and is unhappy about them.
More definitions of sloganeerDefinition of sloganeer in:
- The US English dictionary