Definition of editorialize
1 : to express an opinion in the form of an editorial
2 : to introduce opinion into the reporting of facts
3 : to express an opinion (as on a controversial issue)
editorializationplay \ˌe-də-ˌtȯr-ē-ə-lə-ˈzā-shən\ noun
Examples of editorialize in a Sentence
she never misses a chance to editorialize on the issues of the day—even the ones she knows nothing about
Recent Examples of editorialize from the Web
Kindly keep witless editorializing out of the news and place it in your Sunday Review section.
At the time, Mr. Trump was supportive of the most incorrect things that Comey did — editorializing about the facts of the then-ended investigation and later announcing that the investigation had been reopened.
The sets are spare without being austere, the lighting design and scenic projections beautiful and bold, but tended to over-editorialize on matters which the music had already made clear.
The paper has not so far unambiguously editorialized in favor of leaving, but the tone was set in February, when Mr. Cameron renegotiated Britain’s ties to the European Union, before recommending a vote to remain.
China Daily editorialized on Thursday: Why can’t quarantine workers go to pig farms in a random way to check the pigs?
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