Definition of propagandist in English:


Line breaks: propa¦gand|ist
Pronunciation: /prɒpəˈgandɪst
chiefly • derogatory



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  • Consisting of or spreading propaganda: propagandist films
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    • This vestigial remnant of Christianity turns protesters into propagandist missionaries.
    • Over the years, the images on stamps have become the medium for transmission of propagandist messages about the country of issue to its citizens and the rest of the world.
    • Her heritage of social activism influenced her to use her fiction and drama as propagandist tools.



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  • The weak fictional element, propagandism and poor editing can be attributed to the experimental nature of the film.


Pronunciation: /-ˈdɪstɪk/
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  • I believe we may expect another upwards spiral of completely unfounded populist, propagandistic documents, which will involve no analysis of any profound processes of world social development.
  • As we have seen, Richardson follows the Whig propagandistic practice of conflating tyranny and absolutism.
  • He is also reported to have made propagandistic broadcasts from North Korea on January 29, February 17, and March 10, 1965.


Pronunciation: /-ˈdɪstɪk(ə)li/
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  • This fact is occasionally used propagandistically to claim uniqueness: this idealism which burns for the Fuhrer and the idea supposedly represents the novel, the unique element of this mass movement.
  • Of all the cruel notions propagandistically foisted upon them, the idea that a fancy education could impart to them an opportunity to acquire wisdom is the most damaging of all.

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