ideologize

verb
ide·​ol·​o·​gize | \ ˌī-dē-ˈä-lə-ˌjīz How to pronounce ideologize (audio) , ˌi-\
ideologized; ideologizing

Definition of ideologize

transitive verb

: to give an ideological character or interpretation to especially : to change or interpret in relation to a sociopolitical ideology often seen as biased or limited

First Known Use of ideologize

1932, in the meaning defined above

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