demonise

[ UK /dˈiːmənˌa‍ɪz/ ]
VERB
  1. make into a demon
    Power had demonized him
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How To Use demonise In A Sentence

  • Though stiff-necked and officious, the commanders aren't demonized nor singled out for blame.
  • We like to use the word afflicted or, technical term, demonized. NPR Topics: News
  • I am speaking of the ease with which motives are impugned, lifestyles derogated, name-calling condoned, individuals and groups demonized. The Ten Commandments
  • During her heyday from the 1920s to the 1930s, unconventional artist Carmen Mondragón was demonized in much the same way as the fire-breathing creature of legends past. The Fiery Spirit Of Carmen Mondragon
  • The good versus evil theme gets a bit of a work out, as people try to demonize Leland.
  • Second, they'd imply that Chalabi had been unjustly maligned or demonized by opponents with other agendas to pursue.
  • Not trying to demonize him or - as some have done - poeticize him, he gives us a common but not unduly vulgar man, with brightness and obtuseness intermingled.
  • It demonised Falun Gong as a doomsday cult that was undermining social stability.
  • Eliciting condemnation is the essence of the overall strategy of Israel's enemies to demonise and delegitimise the Jewish state in the eyes of the world. The Palestinian's tactics and "proportionality"
  • The script may vaunt Eduardo and demonize Zuckerberg, but it also begs the question -- who would we rather be, given the way things turned out? Elizabeth Nicholas: There Goes Your Social Life
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