hate–mongering

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noun hate–mon·ger·ing \ˈhāt-ˈməŋ-g(ə-)riŋ, -ˈmäŋ-\
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hatemongering

Definition of hate–mongering

  1. :  the act or practice of stirring up hatred or enmity in others In the past, the band has been accused of hatemongering by some critics. By today's standards, however, Chuck's vehement preachings on self-determination and economic empowerment sound almost tame … — Danyel Smith

hate–mongering

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hatemongering

adjective Malcolm was reviled as a hate-mongering demagogue and revered as a martyr to the cause of freedom. — Alex Haley

hate–monger

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hatemonger

play \ˈhāt-ˈməŋ-gər, -ˈmäŋ-\ Derek is inducted into the neo-Nazi movement by a veteran hatemonger …, who uses him as a neighborhood recruitment agent. — Owen Gleiberman

1917

First Known Use of hate–mongering

1917


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