propaganda

Part of speech: noun

Propagandist.

Part of speech: noun

An institution or scheme for propagating a doctrine or system.

Part of speech: noun

Propagandism.

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Usage examples "propaganda":

  1. Another generation, with other ideals, will be as much irritated by Tchekov's ill- concealed propaganda as our generation is by Ibsen's, and as Ibsen's was by Tennyson's. - "Since C├ęzanne", Clive Bell.
  2. Garnished as it was with glittering and seemingly orthodox phrases, the Consensus Tigurinus lent itself admirably for such Reformed propaganda. - "Historical Introductions to the Symbolical Books of the Evangelical Lutheran Church", Friedrich Bente.
  3. And knowing this, they can carry out the propaganda the better." - "The Red Conspiracy", Joseph J. Mereto.