demonise


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demonise


Past participle: demonised
Gerund: demonising

Imperative
demonise
demonise
Present
I demonise
you demonise
he/she/it demonises
we demonise
you demonise
they demonise
Preterite
I demonised
you demonised
he/she/it demonised
we demonised
you demonised
they demonised
Present Continuous
I am demonising
you are demonising
he/she/it is demonising
we are demonising
you are demonising
they are demonising
Present Perfect
I have demonised
you have demonised
he/she/it has demonised
we have demonised
you have demonised
they have demonised
Past Continuous
I was demonising
you were demonising
he/she/it was demonising
we were demonising
you were demonising
they were demonising
Past Perfect
I had demonised
you had demonised
he/she/it had demonised
we had demonised
you had demonised
they had demonised
Future
I will demonise
you will demonise
he/she/it will demonise
we will demonise
you will demonise
they will demonise
Future Perfect
I will have demonised
you will have demonised
he/she/it will have demonised
we will have demonised
you will have demonised
they will have demonised
Future Continuous
I will be demonising
you will be demonising
he/she/it will be demonising
we will be demonising
you will be demonising
they will be demonising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been demonising
you have been demonising
he/she/it has been demonising
we have been demonising
you have been demonising
they have been demonising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been demonising
you will have been demonising
he/she/it will have been demonising
we will have been demonising
you will have been demonising
they will have been demonising
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
you would demonise
they would demonise
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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JVP Parliamentarian Bimal Rathnayake tweeted saying some religious leaders and others are attempting to demonise pilgrims of the Bohra community currently in Sri Lanka.
"If you are going to demonise him (PM Modi) all the time, you are not going to be able to confront him.
'It was frequently used to demonise us, so thank God no one was involved in it,' Khairil told a press conference on the second day of the 65th PAS annual congress at the Pahang Sports Complex's Indoor Stadium.
The spokesman concluded: "The moves of the US to 'demonise' the DPRK while condemning its legitimate and righteous measures to strengthen the self-defensive nuclear deterrence as a threat to global peace and security can be regarded as a prelude to nuclear war since these moves are geared to forge a pretext for nuclear attack on the DPRK.
"If you want to demonise a community, you use words that demonise," said Muzaffar Chishti, the director of the Migration Policy Institute at New York University School of Law."Alien is more demonising than immigrant."
The Association of Palestinian Communities in Scotland today condemned inflammatory teaching materials given to young children in a North Lanarkshire school which seeks to demonise Palestinians.
The National Union of Students has refused to condemn the Islamic State because they say it would it would demonise Muslims.
"This is a further attempt by Martin McGuinness to demonise East Belfast."
I look forward to the time that this economically barren coalition will be thrown out on their ears so we can vilify and demonise them as they struggle to find employement.
Mushir Al-Masry, a member of the Hamas Palestinian Legislative Council, confirmed to the Daily News Egypt that the government would be meeting soon to discuss "certain media outlets' efforts to demonise Hamas".
"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."
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.