demonisation :

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  • n  to represent as diabolically evil

  • John Howard in
    The same crude demonisation of the Government on grounds of fairness. The same hyperbolic overreach. The same absence of solid facts and coherent argument,Mr Howard said.
  • Vladimir Putin in The Australian
    Some went as far as total demonisation of Russia and can't get away from this even now. Some began to talk about imperial ambitions,Mr Putin said in his address to NATO leaders in the Romanian capital.
  • Eamon Gilmore in Irish Times
    Mr Gilmore said: "The climate for agreement has not been helped by the continued demonisation by some of decent hard-working public servants, many of whom were on low pay, even before the cuts of the past year. Despite this I hope that the draft...

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