demonise


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demonise


Past participle: demonised
Gerund: demonising

Imperative
demonise
demonise
Present
I demonise
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he/she/it demonises
we demonise
you demonise
they demonise
Preterite
I demonised
you demonised
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they demonised
Present Continuous
I am demonising
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we are demonising
you are demonising
they are demonising
Present Perfect
I have demonised
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we have demonised
you have demonised
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Past Continuous
I was demonising
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we were demonising
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they were demonising
Past Perfect
I had demonised
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we had demonised
you had demonised
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Future
I will demonise
you will demonise
he/she/it will demonise
we will demonise
you will demonise
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Future Perfect
I will have demonised
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Future Continuous
I will be demonising
you will be demonising
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you will be demonising
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been demonising
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they have been demonising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been demonising
you will have been demonising
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we will have been demonising
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been demonising
you had been demonising
he/she/it had been demonising
we had been demonising
you had been demonising
they had been demonising
Conditional
I would demonise
you would demonise
he/she/it would demonise
we would demonise
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Past Conditional
I would have demonised
you would have demonised
he/she/it would have demonised
we would have demonised
you would have demonised
they would have demonised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.demonise - make into a demon; "Power had demonized him"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
Translations
démoniser
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Herman added Armstrong would not participate in USADA's efforts to selectively conduct American prosecutions that only demonise selected individuals while failing to address the 95 per cent of the sport over which USADA has no jurisdiction.
The way in which they dramatised it with heavy, dramatic music, flash comments, sentences taken out of context, they tried to demonise Brian Cowen, they tried to demonise the party and to make those of us who were on the programme parties to that.
By all means it was fair to demonise Knox as a murderer, but whether she was a 'sexy' killer or not, was irrelevant.
Whilst our hearts obviously go out to the young children who were injured, this is not a reason to demonise and persecute an entire species of animal.
He said he did not want to demonise the financial sector and that bonuses were an easy target.
Andrew said: "I don't want to demonise the banking and financial sector.
A NATIONAL homeless charity has warned police in Huddersfield not to demonise beggars.
SIR; Clearly steps need to be taken to help the fight against obesity and food-related illness, but the government's proposed single traffic light labelling will only add to consumer confusion and demonise foods that are essential in a healthy and balanced diet (The foods they'll demonise, The Grocer, 25 September, p4-5).
He will tell delegates at the Wales TUC annual conference: "Contrary to the UK Government, we will not deride and demonise our public service workforce.
Ms Hanafin told RTE's Marian Finucane Show: "They tried to demonise Brian Cowen, they tried to demonise Fianna Fail and to make those of us who were on the programme parties to that.
What we want to get across is that it is wrong - and totally counter-productive - to demonise young people.