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 (dĕm′ə-gŏj′ĭk, -gŏg′-, -gō′jĭk) also dem·a·gog·i·cal (-gŏj′ĭ-kəl, -gŏg′-, -gō′jĭ-kəl)
Of, relating to, or characteristic of a demagogue.

dem′a·gog′i·cal·ly adv.
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Adj.1.demagogical - characteristic of or resembling a demagogue; "demagogic speeches"
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Donald Trump demagogically tries to turn us against each other, targeting Mexicans, Muslims, women, and whomever.
Opportunists left and right, such as Mario Cuomo and Thomas DiLorenzo, have manufactured faux Lincolns, either to praise or condemn demagogically.
These leakages are being used to demagogically win the public opinion," he noted.
However simple and demagogically attractive these ideas might appear, though, they are conceptually flawed and operationally ineffective.
The serious danger is that the discredited politicians of the old order will demagogically attempt to seize the democratic banners of the "anti-dictatorial anti-technocrat" struggle to bring back what Marx called "the old crap of the previous order.
78) The executive also cannot directly and demagogically appeal to the people, in order to get past its elected assembly.
Like in D'Artagnan's suggestion, it was very often demagogically equated with the people.
But it must be matched by a comprehensive political and diplomatic effort to mitigate the destabilizing regional consequences of a war that the outgoing Bush administration started deliberately, justified demagogically and waged badly.
The fact that the political parties in the island have co-opted (sometimes demagogically so, as Pabon rightly asserts) the juridical issue and turned it into a theater of national identity does not imply that the juridical discussion of Puerto Rico in the sphere of nations should be automatically discarded or seen as useless.
This entails understanding national or political interests as existing "interdependently" with the interests of others: "So national interests are not to be brought into play naively or even demagogically.
17) Thaksin has used this possibility from the very beginning when he demagogically asked how a few appointed constitution court judges could possibly find him guilty when 16 million voters wanted him to govern them.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell put it most demagogically when he claimed the Bush Administration was trying to redefine Geneva and would lead others to ''doubt the moral basis of our fight against terrorism'' and ''put our own troops at risk.