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It does strike me as pandering somewhat to popular prejudice.
Some ingenious devil must have conceived it by way of pandering to the after-dinner humour of the high gods.
This pandering to selfishness is bad for all parties, and doubly so to the class it is specially intended to benefit.
How many "old men" will believe the last line of this pandering lie to the ruddy-headed queen?
OVER THE OCEANCURTIS GUILD
The leaders sought to popularize its political propaganda by pandering to more conservative elements.
THE RED CONSPIRACYJOSEPH J. MERETO
There is no pandering to sentimentality or the curiosity excited by genre painting.
The false prophets won and kept their popularity by pandering to the opinions and prejudices of the people.
Pandering to nobody, he has maintained a perfectly independent, straightforward method.
VERDI: MAN AND MUSICIANFREDERICK JAMES CROWEST
It is equally difficult to admire the genius of Abul Fazl without seeing that he is pandering to the vanity of Akbar.
Suppose he has been willing to make money by pandering to the lowest passions in the human breast.