ideologic : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s concerned with or suggestive of ideas
ideological application of a theory
the drama's symbolism was very ideological
- Bono knows how to appeal to politicians, never leaves his audie nce feeling helpless, brings peop le from many different ideologic al points of view together, and invites .
- Janet Rowley in FOXNews
It's just going to highlight the tragedy of our current situation in America where there are technologies that are promising that are not being pursued by talented American scientists because of ideologic constraints,said Dr. Janet Rowley of...
- Bobby Seale in Alameda Times-Star
I've had people ask me who is my ideologic mentor - Marx? Che Guevara? I tell them, 'My mama,'Bobby Seale said.
- Tom Daschle in NewsMax.com
Daschle responded: "Because in the course of that period from 2001 to 2008 . . . he's become a very ideologic advocate for the Bush policies on Iraq, on the economy, on tax policy, on domestic policy. Across the board he is espousing the Bush...