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v. prop·a·gan·dized, prop·a·gan·diz·ing, prop·a·gan·diz·es
1. To engage in propaganda for (a doctrine or cause).
2. To subject (a person or group) to propaganda.
To spread propaganda: propagandized against legalized drug use.

prop′a·gan′diz′er n.
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(ˌprɒpəˈɡændaɪzə) or


(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who engages in, or subjects others to, propaganda
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