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
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Designers commission beauty's top artists to create editorialized styles that complement the clothes.
His editorialized photos are, in my opinion, less successful.
Try to imagine The New York Post, or the L.A. Times, or the Podunk Gazette failing to notice or editorialize about a police chief being suspended or City Hall hosting its own festival of cash.
Despite the fact that the ad came down, Republicans and conservative media outlets howled with objections and newspapers editorialized against it.
Through frequent info-dumps and editorializing on the nature of the novel, Molina seems to be trying to construct a novel that writes itself, drawing on the raw materials of history and of the author’s own life.
But therein lies the rub — how to editorialize practices that are essential to the lifeblood of a community?
The Mercury News editorialized, Gov. Jerry Brown and business leaders went to Washington, and state and federal Democratic politicians howled.
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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