Simple past tense and past participle of demagogue.(verb)
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Use "demagogued" in a sentence
"So, to summarize, your evidence that canada has an inferior society is based on a largely false and overly demagogued piece of information."
"Instead, he delivered a non-controversial speech that was demagogued by right-wing conservatives."
"Just last year, after Democrats passed a health care law that cut half a trillion dollars from Medicare over the objections of House Democrats, who would instead have had the wealthiest Americans pick up the tab for subsidizing health care for workers their friends pay too poorly to afford it, Republicans all over the country demagogued the issue and ran against Democrats for "trying to take away your Medicare.""