Propagandism

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Propagandism The art or practice of propagating tenets or principles; zeal in propagating one's opinions.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n propagandism The system or practice of propagating tenets or principles; zealous dissemination of doctrines; proselytism.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Propagandism practice of propagating tenets or principles: zeal in spreading one's opinions: proselytism
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Cf. F. propagandisme,
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. propāgāre, -ātum, conn. with pro-pāg-o, a layer.

Usage

In literature:

The Bell service ethos worked, and was often propagandized, in a rather saccharine fashion.
"Hacker Crackdown" by Bruce Sterling
If he is somewhat less given to propagandism, he is not a whit less regardful of his own salvation.
"The Soul of the Far East" by Percival Lowell
Had she really any life of her own behind all her propagandism?
"Dubliners" by James Joyce
Those who should have been its support were engrossed by trade or propagandism.
"Pioneers Of France In The New World" by Francis Parkman, Jr.
He had only to turn his eyes to the right, toward the College de la Propagande, a seminary from which all the missions of the world set out.
"Cosmopolis, Complete" by Paul Bourget
By lectures, newspapers, meetings, and all manner of means the propagandism was carried on.
"Beacon Lights of History, Volume XII" by John Lord
The most zealous propagandism cannot penetrate to them.
"On Compromise" by John Morley
It is necessary to say a word about Cardinal Manning's method of religious propagandism.
"Collections and Recollections" by George William Erskine Russell
We have attempted no propagandism and acknowledged no revolution.
"A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents: Lincoln" by Compiled by James D. Richardson
Of whatever sins England is to be accused, as a nation, she cannot be accused of that of political propagandism.
"A Residence in France" by J. Fenimore Cooper
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In news:

Goes to show ya' that even Soviet style propagandizers have a sense of humor.
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