Definition of Demonising

1. Verb. (present participle of demonise) ¹



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Definition of Demonising

1. demonise [v] - See also: demonise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Demonising

demoniacism
demoniacs
demonial
demonian
demonianism
demoniasm
demonic
demonical
demonically
demonify
demonisation
demonisations
demonise
demonised
demonises
demonising (current term)
demonism
demonisms
demonist
demonists
demonization
demonizations
demonize
demonized
demonizer
demonizers
demonizes
demonizing
demonlike
demonocracy

Literary usage of Demonising

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1. Prohibited Persons: Abuse of Undocumented Migrants, Asylum-Seekers, and by Human Rights Watch (Organization) (1998)
"One of the main problems is that a variety of people have been lumped together under the title of illegal immigrants, and the whole situation of demonising ..."

2. Alaska and the Klondike by John Scudder McLain (1905)
"... or would not have learned to manufacture the demonising substitutes, but the prohibitory law, with its utter impracticability on that far frontier, ..."

3. What Holds Us Together: Social Cohesion in South Africa by David Chidester, Philip Dexter (2004)
"demonising, or simply even stereotyping the colonising 'other', merely tends to reinscribe the totalising structure of domination and subjugation, ..."

4. The Wandering Jew by Moncure Daniel Conway (1881)
"... and its gradual subjection to the demonising doom which rested upon even the brightest figures of Jewish history not wearing the Christian uniform. ..."

5. No Turning Back: Generations and the Genderquake by Helen Wilkinson (1994)
"... second wives and children in tow, and the demonising of Ros Hepplewhite, its former Chief Executive, as a strident feminist, a divorcee hell-bent on ..."

6. Gender Equity in South African Education 1994-2004: Conference Proceedingsby Linda Chisholm, Jean September by Linda Chisholm, Jean September (2005)
"While there was, on the one hand, a great deal of'demonising' of school personnel - and with good reason (either because teachers are perpetrators of sexual ..."

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