propagandanoun [U]uk /ˌprɒp.əˈɡæn.də/ us /ˌprɑː.pəˈɡæn.də/ mainly disapproving
- He was brought up on a diet of political propaganda from birth.
- The whole nation was force-fed government propaganda about how well the country was doing.
- It's now up to the government's propaganda machine to restore the prime minister's image.
- The official propaganda machine went into overdrive when war broke out.
- Her ideas have been shamelessly perverted to serve the president's propaganda campaign.