Meaning of propagandistic in English:


Pronunciation /prɒpəɡanˈdɪstɪk/



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.’