propagandize

[prop-uh-gan-dahyz]
verb (used with object), propagandized, propagandizing.
1.
to propagate or publicize (principles, dogma, etc.) by means of propaganda.
2.
to subject to propaganda: to propagandize enemy countries.
verb (used without object), propagandized, propagandizing.
3.
to carry on or disseminate propaganda.
Also, especially British, propagandise.


Origin:
1835–45; propagand(a) + -ize

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propagandize or propagandise (ˌprɒpəˈɡændaɪz)
 
vb
1.  (tr) to spread by propaganda
2.  (tr) to subject to propaganda
3.  (intr) to spread or organize propaganda
 
propagandise or propagandise
 
vb

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Example sentences
Over and over our so called leader live in either denial or want to
  propagandize its citizens.
The author is not propagandize science, he is playing politics.
So its not surprising that they should cheat, propagandize and outright lie to
  accomplish their goals.
The acolytes of the market will propagandize it as the best of progress.
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