propagandism

noun prop·a·gan·dism

Definition of propagandism

plural

-s

  1. :  the action, practice, or art of propagating doctrines or of spreading or employing propaganda untiring propagandism on behalf of French contemporary music — New International Year Book

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Origin and Etymology of propagandism

French propagandisme, from propagande propaganda (from New Latin propaganda) + -isme -ism


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