Definition of Sensationalised

1. Verb. (British) (past of sensationalise) ¹



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Definition of Sensationalised

1. sensationalise [v] - See also: sensationalise

Lexicographical Neighbors of Sensationalised

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sensa
sensable
sensactor
sensactors
sensate
sensated
sensately
sensates
sensating
sensation
sensation disorders
sensation time
sensational
sensationalise
sensationalised (current term)
sensationalises
sensationalising
sensationalism
sensationalisms
sensationalist
sensationalistic
sensationalistically
sensationalists
sensationalizable
sensationalization
sensationalizations
sensationalize
sensationalized
sensationalizes

Literary usage of Sensationalised

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. An Autumn Tour in the United States and Canada by Julius George Medley (1873)
"... their regular or special correspondence and critical notices are poor and meagre, while their columns of intelligence are sensationalised in headings, ..."

2. British War Finance, 1914-15 by William Ramage Lawson (1915)
"Every financial incident, small and great, was sensationalised to such an extent, that all sense of proportion was in danger of being lost. ..."

3. American Finance: Part First.--domestic by William Ramage Lawson (1906)
"... the Americans will easily throw off the moral scurf which is now being investigated and exhibited and sensationalised with so much gusto. ..."

4. American Finance by William Ramage Lawson (1908)
"... the Americans will easily throw off the moral scurf which is now being investigated and exhibited and sensationalised with so much gusto. ..."

5. The Mind and the Brain by Alfred Binet (1907)
"... does not exactly represent the mind, and does not correspond to our definition; it would rather represent the mind sensationalised or materialised. ..."

6. The Mind and the Brain by Alfred Binet (1907)
"... does not exactly represent the mind, and does not correspond to our definition; it would rather represent the mind sensationalised or materialised. ..."

7. Researching Violently Divided Societies: Ethical and Methodological Issues by Marie Smyth, Gillian Robinson, INCORE. (2001)
"... are an overexposed and sensationalised population. Many attempts to help have been futile, and their current situation is desolate and insecure. ..."

8. The Historical and the Posthumous Memoirs of Sir Nathaniel William Wraxall by Sir Nathaniel William Wraxall (1884)
"2 The whole story of Lord Lyttelton's death, which was perfectly natural, has been confused and sensationalised by the lovers of the marvellous. ..."

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