editorialise

[ UK /ˌɛdɪtˈɔːɹɪəlˌa‍ɪz/ ]
VERB
  1. insert personal opinions into an objective statement
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How To Use editorialise In A Sentence

  • The New York Times editorializes that those who fled to the West did so "because they could not endure the shame and misery of living under the so-called German Democratic Republic.
  • The flagship magazine of centrist evangelicals, Christianity Today, editorialized in 2008 that the Grassley investigation amounted to an "oversight overstep" that risked delving improperly into theology. Televangelists escape penalty in Senate inquiry
  • (The Post, for instance, put its report on page 12, and neither it nor the NYT saw fit to editorialise on the meeting this morning). John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...
  • Not only is the title editorialized, but the whole thing reeks of sensationalism. Rupert Murdoch vows to take all of Newscorp's websites out of Google, abolish fair use, tear heads off of adorable baby animals - Boing Boing
  • This doesn't mean they don't editorialise, often wildly. Do TV's 'scripted reality' shows fuel regional prejudice?
  • You can see what way the wind is blowing when the Minneapolis Star Tribune editorializes in favor of Roberts.
  • They were ‘two of the most important decisions since the founding of the state’, editorialised Israel's Ha'aretz newspaper.
  • But here's a revealing fact: In early 1968, the Boston Globe conducted a survey of 39 major U.S. daily newspapers and found that not a single one had editorialized in favor of U.S. withdrawal from Vietnam.
  • Other papers have editorialized, criticizing the Czech government for rushing to judgment on this individual.
  • While the women of Mount Isa, Queensland, Australia have taken the "Mayor: We Want Ugly Women" story into their own hands as Mount Isa Mayor John Molony works on his "To hell with women voters" master plan, another headline on CNN.com's front page shows off CNN's willingness to editorialize with punctuation. Ellen Degeneres and Portia de Rossi marry - no punctuation necessary
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