Examples of ideologue in a Sentence
as long as there are ideologues controlling both sides of the aisle, legislative compromise is out of the question
the revolutionaries proved to be impractical ideologues who had no idea how to run a country
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The settlement, named for a prominent female ideologue killed in combat in 2009, is located high up on lush green mountains that have long been a FARC stronghold and was witness to some of the conflict’s worst atrocities.
For decades, conservative ideologues have insisted that raising the minimum wage will hurt, not help, low-wage workers.
But his lengthy exit letter—a document that, when it was leaked to the public, was taken as a laughable manifesto—casts him as a purist and maybe even an ideologue.
Sekulow, 61, is heretofore best known as a legal ideologue with his own popular conservative talk show, devoted to defending the causes of the Christian right.
Today, with ideologues in the Tea Party and money men like the Koch brothers in control of the Republican Party, the center has fallen out of American politics.
Binali, a Bahraini who was about 32 years old, was regarded as one of the group's most influential ideologues and preachers.
The circumstances and whereabouts of the death of Turki al-Binali, a Bahraini cleric who rose to be one of the group’s leading ideologues, were conflicting.
This argument is based on the completely unreasonable notion that the current Department of Justice is a bastion of ethics and that the current Congressional majorities aren't made up of flannel-mouthed ideologues.
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Origin and Etymology of ideologue
French idéologue, back-formation from idéologie
First Known Use: 1815See Words from the same year
IDEOLOGUE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ideologue for English Language Learners
: someone who very strongly supports and is guided by the ideology of a particular group
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