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Politically correct Definition

exhibiting political correctness

Sentence Examples

However obvious they may be, Albrecht's work was not considered politically correct by his peers or the interest groups that supported agricultural research during the mid-twentieth century and his contributions have been largely ignored.

[From Organic Gardener's Composting by Solomon, Steve]

Yet the whole exercise rests on a series of politically correct confabulations.

Future actions and measures may likely reflect "politically correct" alternatives.

This insupportable view is no longer politically correct even among adherents of chemical usage.

[From Organic Gardener's Composting by Solomon, Steve]

This is not a matter of political correctness, this is a matter of understanding just what it is that makes us strong.

And this newspeak, this malignant form of political correctness is not the exclusive domain of politicians or "intellectuals".

These political Lego games led to enormous population shifts - the politically correct term for refugees brutally deprived of their land and livelihood.

The absurd is that – because colonialism is not politically correct and is condemned by all with great vehemence – the colonial powers of today are castrated.

[From After the Rain : how the West lost the East by Rangelovska, Lidija]

The observations of the present paper are such as would naturally suggest themselves to an honest and benevolent mind like Johnson's; but their political correctness may reasonably be questioned.

[From The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. in Nine Volumes, Volume 04 The Adventurer; The Idler by Johnson, Samuel]

The "politically correct" movement for mandatory multilingual teaching in US schools and respect for the various subcultures is a disaster for the future of this country (as it already is in Europe).

[From Interviews (1998-2001) by Lebert, Marie]

Professor Boyle has written on legal and social theory, on issues ranging from political correctness to constitutional interpretation and from the social contract to the authorship debate in law and literature.

[From The Public Domain: Enclosing the Commons of the Mind by Boyle, James]

Thus the drawings-room audience of the 18th century have today been replaced by the "political correct" elite holding sway in teacher training schools, schools of journalism, the media and hence among the television public.

Paradoxically, in this age of moral relativity and political correctness – the West is ASHAMED to admit that this is a cultural war where one of the parties is trying to impose its cultural values on the other for utterly utilitarian reasons.

[From After the Rain : how the West lost the East by Rangelovska, Lidija]