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
Recent Examples of ideologue from the Web
For free-market ideologues, government schools are always a last resort and available to the poor.
If Trump hadn’t outsourced policymaking on issues like immigration to the hard line ideologues and had pursued a more pragmatic streak, his approval rating would probably be higher.
Handing the Koch brothers and their fellow right-wing ideologues a big victory, the House on Tuesday passed a right-to-try bill that will harm patients and emasculate the Food and Drug Administration.
The president likes Mr Bolton’s damn-your-eyes style, but has a way of surrounding himself with diverse opinions, and tires of ideologues.
But she, like Hess, does not detect a higher number of partisan ideologues teaching high school courses.
Inside the White House, [policy director Stephen] Miller has emerged as a staunch ideologue and an immigration hawk championing an agenda of right-wing nationalism.
Comedy particularly needs to be defended against ideologues.
Scalise, meanwhile, has always been seen as the more conservative policy ideologue when compared to McCarthy.
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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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