ideological : Definition, Usages, News and More

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ahy dee uh lo ji kuhl

  • a  of or pertaining to or characteristic of an orientation that characterizes the thinking of a group or nation
  • s  concerned with or suggestive of ideas
    ideological application of a theory
    the drama's symbolism was very ideological

  • I suppose there's no more perfect storm than a loggorheic ideological narcissist with a twitter account.
  • But Gates has been neither ideological nor namby-pamby.
  • It turns out, though, that Bush's, um, unreflectiveness shores up his ideological backbone.
News & Articles

  • House defeat of farm bill lays bare Republican rift
    WASHINGTON -- The surprise defeat of the farm bill in the House on Thursday underscored the ideological divide between the more conservative, anti-spending Republican lawmakers and their leadership, who failed to garner sufficient votes from their caucus as well as from Democrats.
    June 21, 2013 - Pioneer Press
  • In the Summer of 'White House Down,' 'The Attack' Is Ideal Counterprogramming
    If you believe what the blockbusters tell you, evil comes from distant places and disturbed individuals out of touch with reality. Anyone paying attention to the way the world works knows that it's more complicated than that. The harsher truths about enemies that come from within, and terrible behavior that results from calculation and ideological convictions, tends to get sidelined by escapism ...
    June 21, 2013 - indieWIRE
  • Bolstering Arbitration, Supreme Court Sides with Amex
    The ruling in the high-stakes case broke along familiar ideological lines, with a stinging dissent by Justice Elena Kagan.
    June 21, 2013 -

  • Patrick Leahy in The Associated Press
    No senator should seek to impose an ideological litmus test or to secure promises of specific outcomes in cases coming before the Supreme Court,he plans to say during opening remarks.
  • Barack Obama in Reuters
    Obama told ABC he would use his speech to "make sure that Democrats and Republicans understand that I'm open to new ideas, that we're not being rigid and ideological about this thing, but we do intend to get something done this year."
  • President Bush in International Herald Tribune
    In Washington, President George W. Bush warned that the United States was "at war with extremists who will murder innocent people to achieve their ideological objectives."

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