Definition of Pandered

1. Verb. (past of pander) ¹



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Definition of Pandered

1. pander [v] - See also: pander

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pandered

pandemain
pandemia
pandemias
pandemic
pandemically
pandemicity
pandemics
pandemonia
pandemonism
pandemonistic
pandemonium
pandemoniums
pandenominational
panderage
pandered (current term)
panderer
panderers
panderichthyid
panderichthyids
pandering
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panderings
panderism
panderly
pandermite
panderous
panders
pandership
pandiatonic

Literary usage of Pandered

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1. Fair Play: A Clean Honest Statement of the Railroad and Transportation Situation by Frederick S Mordaunt, Toll Stern (1911)
"These so-called stigmatized yellow journalists or yellow writers have pandered to the Almighty Dollar as publishers of yellow journals have pandered to the ..."

2. Pedagogical Articles: Linen-measurer by Leo Tolstoy, Leo Wiener (1904)
"... whenever it pandered to the instincts of the idle rich. Not long ago there reigned in the learned world the philosophy of the spirit, according to which ..."

3. Reminiscences by Goldwin Smith (1910)
"But I hope I never pandered to the dominant craze for athletics, of which I am afraid Oxford and Cambridge, Universities of the wealthy, ..."

4. Reminiscences by Goldwin Smith (1910)
"Reasonable sports are good for moral as well as for physical health. But I hope I never pandered to the dominant craze for athletics, ..."

5. Wisconsin Journal of Education by Wisconsin Education Association Council, Wisconsin Education Association, Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction (1857)
"Philosophers may have pandered to almost every vice, but none have pandered to ingratitude. Merchants have made gains of innumerable sins, but no man has ..."

6. A Letter to a Whig Member of the Southern Independence Association by Goldwin Smith (1864)
"... the American press: and I most firmly believe that neither this nor any other American journal ever pandered to the violence of the rowdies more vilely, ..."

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