• WordNet 3.6
    • adj tendentious having or marked by a strong tendency especially a controversial one "a tendentious account of recent elections","distinguishing between verifiable fact and tendentious assertion"
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In news:

For most stupidly tendentious allusion, in 2012, to an opinion by the Great Chief Justice, John Marshall.
Gay Person Is Boycotting Straight Weddings Because He's a Tendentious Dope.
All Blogs Dont Quote Me "Temple" tendentiousness .
Albania and Kosovo have called for an independent investigation into former Hague Tribunal prosecutor Carla del Ponte for her "tendentious and illegal role" in the case against former Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj.
I don't mean to be tendentious.

In science:

The preference against correlations between instrument settings and hidden random variables is only tendentiously extensible to justify a prohibition against correlations between hidden random variables.
Bell inequalities for random fields