- v transmit from one generation to the next
propagate these characteristics
- v travel through the air
sound and light propagate in this medium
- v transmit
propagate sound or light through air
- v become distributed or widespread
- v transmit or cause to broaden or spread
This great civilization was propagated throughout the land
- v cause to become widely known
- v cause to propagate, as by grafting or layering
- v multiply sexually or asexually
- A publishing house should "propagate historical truth," not "awake anti-Polish and anti-Semitic demons," said the archbishop.
- Off she goes to our nation's capital, a splash of riotous color in a sea of gloomy suits, to propagate "Bruiser's Bill," prohibiting vivisection in pursuit of improved toners .
- With the market mired in thuggery, African-American consumers' could choose to: a) propagate a nasty stereotype of themselves for white kids to pin their libidinous fantasies on; b .
News & Articles
- Putin Signs Law Banning Gay ‘Propaganda’ Among Children
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law fining people who “propagate” homosexuality to children, a day after dozens of people were detained following a gay-pride parade in St. Petersburg.
June 30, 2013 - Bloomberg
- Abul Kalam in Forbes
Each year more and more people are joining the mass prayer. This shows how Bangladeshi Muslims love peace and are opposed to those who propagate militancy,said Abul Kalam, an Islamic scholar.
- Jacqui Smith in United Press International
Coming to this country is a privilege,Smith said. "We won't allow people into this country who are going to propagate the sort of views ...... that fundamentally go against our values."
- Thabo Mbeki in Independent Online
Addressing a presidential parade as part of the first navy presidential fleet review in Simon's Town Mbeki said: "Please rest assured that whatever mischievous story or rumours any among our people and others abroad may choose to propagate, the...