ideologic

[ahy-dee-uh-loj-ik, id-ee-]
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to ideology.
2.
speculative; visionary.
Also, ideological.


Origin:
1855–60; ideolog(y) + -ic

ideologically, adverb
anti-ideological, adjective
anti-ideologically, adverb
nonideologic, adjective
nonideological, adjective
nonideologically, adverb
unideological, adjective
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ideology (ˌaɪdɪˈɒlədʒɪ)
 
n , pl -gies
1.  a body of ideas that reflects the beliefs and interests of a nation, political system, etc and underlies political action
2.  philosophy, sociol the set of beliefs by which a group or society orders reality so as to render it intelligible
3.  speculation that is imaginary or visionary
4.  the study of the nature and origin of ideas
 
ideological
 
adj
 
ideo'logic
 
adj
 
ideo'logically
 
adv

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Example sentences
First, campuses are increasingly becoming ideological battlegrounds littered
  with vested, politically.
Recently, however, such ideological conformism has been disappearing.
Geographic distance no longer means ideological isolation.
True science is big enough to embrace both without the vitriolic ideological
  bias.
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