Definition of 'polemic'
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This powerful polemic about the insidious links between media, celebrity and the public makes for entertaining viewing. Times, Sunday Times (2010)His book is part polemic, part social history, part anthology. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Such sobering indictment sits alongside some fine, old-fashioned political polemic. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'polemic'
British English: polemic NOUN
A polemic is a very strong written or spoken attack on, or defence of, a particular belief or opinion.
...a polemic against the danger of secret societies.
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