Example sentences for: democrat-

How can you use “democrat-” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The Democrat-Nazi analogy is an added bonus.

  • News & World Report ("The Return of a Deadly Drug Called Horse," 1989); the San Francisco Chronicle ("Heroin Making a Resurgence in the Bay Area," 1990); the New York Times ("Heroin Is Making Comeback," 1990); Time magazine ("Heroin Comes Back," 1990); the Los Angeles Times ("As Cocaine Comes off a High, Heroin May Be Filling Void," 1991); the Cleveland Plain Dealer ("Police, Social Workers Fear Heroin 'Epidemic,' " 1992); Rolling Stone ("Heroin: Back on the Charts," 1992); the Seattle Times ("Heroin People: Deadly Drug Back in Demand," 1992); NPR ("Heroin Makes Comeback in United States," 1992); Newsweek ("Heroin Makes an Ominous Comeback," 1993); the Trenton Record ("A Heroin Comeback," 1993); the Washington Post ("Smack Dabbling," 1994); the New York Times ("Heroin Finds a New Market Along Cutting Edge of Style," 1994); USA Today ("Smack's Back," 1994); the Buffalo News ("More Dopes Picking Heroin," 1994); the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel ("Heroin Makes a Comeback," 1995); the Times-Picayune ("Heroin Is Back as Major Problem," 1996); the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette ("State Gets Deadly Dose as Heroin Reappears," 1996); Rolling Stone again ("Heroin," 1996); and the Los Angeles Times ("Heroin's New Popularity Claims Unlikely Victims," 1996).

  • Meanwhile, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette retracted its much-ballyhooed report that Starr had held mock trials in which the Clintons were acquitted.

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