Meaning of propagandistic in English:

propagandistic

Pronunciation /prɒpəɡanˈdɪstɪk/

adjective

derogatory

See propagandist

‘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.’
  • ‘Hohmann reached freely into the propagandistic stock-in-trade of Hitler and Goebbels.’
  • ‘It is not a matter of pining after a more realistic ending, or for that matter after a cheap propagandistic ending.’