demagogic[ dem-uh-goj-ik, -gog-, -goh-jik ]SEE DEFINITION OF demagogic
Synonyms for demagogic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEMAGOGIC
Of course I deplore your tendency to dalliance with the demagogic muse.
To many even liberal scholars of the day, Luther's doctrines appeared wild and demagogic.
However, the demagogic wind which had suddenly blown over a part of France had not prevailed in the Department of la Manche.
Mr. Britling, who seemed to Mr. Direck to be for a captain rather too demagogic, also ran back to rally his forces by loud cries.
The popular tide set so strongly that none dared openly oppose the demagogic orators.
Delyanni, by his demagogic behaviour, evidently expected the public to side with him; but at the elections he was badly beaten.
It suited the Government and the Conservatives to have the Moncada party take this demagogic character.
One day the people might take these demagogic writings seriously and then there would be the devil to pay.
Wisely indeed, he retired from parliamentary life, after realizing that debating power cannot be acquired by demagogic speaking.
Moreover, Katherine despised Bruce as a powerful, ruthless, demagogic hypocrite.