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Definition of Demagogically
Lexicographical Neighbors of Demagogically
Literary usage of Demagogically
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Constitutional and Political History of the United States by Hermann Von Holst, John Joseph Lalor, Ira Hutchinson Brainerd (1885)
"Considering the excitability and the enormous influence of public opinion, the temptation is great to achieve quick and easy triumphs by demagogically ..."
2. A History of France from the Earliest Times to the Treaty of Versailles by William Stearns Davis (1919)
"... had pandered demagogically to the Revolutionists, had called himself "Philippe Egalite (Equality)" when the old titles were shipped overboard, ..."
3. Trusts and the Public by George Gunton (1899)
"... and the consequent legislation, as we are from the rash conduct of illy-informed and demagogically-led labor mobs. Labor has its legitimate rights, ..."
4. A Crisis of the Weimar Republic: A Study of the German Referendum of 20 June by Franklin C. West (1985)
"... the unwillingness of enough parties to commit themselves to responsible, rather than demagogically motivated policies; the excessive power exercised by ..."
5. The United States Democratic Review by Conrad Swackhamer (1852)
"... thorough contempt the moneyed and i; manufacturing" interest which feeds on it, works it, sells it at will, and yet leads it demagogically by pretending ..."
6. Magazine of Western History by William W. Williams (1889)
"... naturally bring the members of that church to his support, which, if it had been true, would have been a strong reason to those demagogically inclined. ..."