Third-person singular simple present indicative form of demagogue.(verb)
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Use "demagogues" in a sentence
"And even then, Mr. Obama acknowledges that he will face tough opposition, what he calls demagogues who say any pathway to legalization is unacceptable."
"It should be held up as a crime to the execration of our children and of coming ages; and to this end we must condemn the conspirators by a national judgment that will ever after deter unprincipled and unscrupulous demagogues from a like attempt."
"Even Mr. Ponsonby, who lately made so pathetic an appeal to the good sense of the people of England against those whom he was pleased to term demagogues, actually receives, for having been thirteen months in office, a sum equal to nine admirals who have spent their lives in the service of their country; three times as much as all the pensions given to all the daughters and children of all the admirals, captains, lieutenants, and other officers who have died in indigent circumstances, or who have been killed in the service."