Ideological [adjective]

Definition of Ideological:

concerning the mind

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Sentence/Example of Ideological:

We also gave a bump for female candidates, who powered Democrats’ 2018 success, and de-emphasized a score praising ideological moderation, which OZY considered less important in a base-driven election.

Enter an aesthetic and ideological movement known as solarpunk.

The number who lost for ideological reasons is five at most, and three were due to scandals that are probably best thought of as one-off occurrences.

So without a clear ideological contrast, Kennedy has arguably struggled to articulate why he feels that Markey doesn’t deserve another term.

He has an ideological belief that the intellectual property system is a wonderful mechanism that is necessary for innovation and prosperity.

They had to try to build on their respective administrations’ legacies while also appeasing critics from their parties’ ideological bases and yet still remain close enough to the center to be competitive in the general election.

Over the past few years, his ideological position on the court — as measured by the Martin-Quinn scores — has inched toward the center.

Early analysis of its “news junkie” audience suggests a fairly even split between men and women who have a strong interest in politics, though it’s not clear in which ideological direction they tend to lean in yet, Kotch said.

Americans increasingly exist in highly polarized, informationally insulated ideological communities occupying their own information universes.

Rather, they have allowed a public health disaster to deepen divisions along racial, economic, sectional and ideological lines.