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propagandize

verb pro·pa·gan·dize \-ˈgan-ˌdīz\

: to spread propaganda

pro·pa·gan·dizedpro·pa·gan·diz·ing

Full Definition of PROPAGANDIZE

transitive verb
:  to subject to propaganda; also :  to carry on propaganda for
intransitive verb
:  to carry on propaganda
pro·pa·gan·diz·er \-ˌdī-zər\ noun

Examples of PROPAGANDIZE

  1. They were propagandized into believing what the government wanted them to believe.
  2. He uses his movies to propagandize for the state.

First Known Use of PROPAGANDIZE

1844

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