use propagandistically in a sentence.
To make matters even worse, such technological alternatives ALREADY DO INDEED EXIST --- and have LONG EXISTED (!) --- CONTRARY to the notion propagandistically cultivated among the hugely techologically IGNORANT preponderance of "We the People", who have evidently been beguiled into believing that any meaningful change is predicated on hypothetical "exotic, futuristic"
Had he cultivated a repertoire, an idealized narrative, propagandistically conceived?
Time and again, the North's totalitarian leaders have turned outside attention, good and bad, to domestic gain; no doubt, the Bush administrations's "Axis of Evil" rhetorical belligerence has been at least as propagandistically valuable to Kim Jong-Il as a visiting orchestra.
Consider this fact that has been reported almost nowhere other than McClatchy (incidentally, one of the only news organizations that didn't propagandistically beat the drum for the Iraq War):
I'm speaking about science here; propagandistically, politically, even militarily, it was a triumph.