of or pertaining to or characteristic of an orientation that characterizes the thinking of a group or nation
concerned with or suggestive of ideas
"ideological application of a theory"; "the drama's symbolism was very ideological"
Of or pertaining to an ideology.
Based on an ideology or misleading studies or statistics, especially based on the media or propaganda. Not based on scientific evidence or reality.
of or pertaining to ideology
Origin: [Cf. F. idologique.]
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Rank popularity for the word 'ideological' in Adjectives Frequency: #706
The numerical value of ideological in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of ideological in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
It's dead, There is a clear ideological fracture. Half of the states think this is a protectionist measure.
We see pluralism: We can see that there are different ideological and political positions in Russia. If the authoritarianism finally ends, we will have real competition.
It’s now time for us to unite and put our ideological differences aside, i will work hard for all Tanzanians regardless of their tribal, religious or ideological affiliations.
Tremosa and Schwab are not ideological against Google! We are against monopolies, unbundling is one of the ideas but we proposed several ideas of solutions that are on the table including a 'rotation mechanism' (and) legislation on search engines.
The president is on the ideological spectrum at one point and the Senate is on the ideological spectrum on another, even in a normal circumstance, the President has to meet the Senate somewhere in the middle with his preference while getting someone as close to his preference as possible.
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