plutogogue

noun plu·to·gogue \ˈplütəˌgäg sometimes -ˌgȯg\

Definition of plutogogue

plural

-s

  1. :  a person who favors the wealthy or their interests or attempts to present them to the public in a favorable light

plutogoguery

noun, plural

-es

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Origin and Etymology of plutogogue

plut- + -gogue (as in demagogue)


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