1apologista feminineapologist for sth/sb — apologista de algo/algn
- My job here is not to be an apologist, but technology can't always save us from significant changes in human nature.
- The Soviet Union's ideology had many adherents and apologists throughout the West.
- But isn't an apologist for racism who uses racist arguments a racist?
- To make a proper argument or ‘apology’ for Christianity, the apologist must speak in the same language as his hearer.
- But it was the nature of the attacks from the political party, its apologists and some journalists that interested me most.
- Religious apologists have tended to argue from authority to justify their beliefs, often quoting from texts such as the Bible.
- Obviously there have been, and will be, apologists who want to defend or explain away the embarrassing elements.
- I do not intend to get into an argument with an apologist for mass murder such as yourself.
- Studies in English were produced either by apologists, sensationalists or conspiracy theorists.
- I'm suggesting simply that they make their presence felt in ways that draw the distinction between themselves and the apologists.
- Nor do the apologists for this failure carry conviction.
- Only those such as government spokesmen and official apologists for the war would deny this.
- The apologists have argued that drugs were not involved in his death.
- There is, of course, no need to imagine people who would make such claims: they were Nazis and their apologists.
- Her alibi, offered by her apologists, is that she was starved of affection - a euphemism for sex.
- The only kinds of writers excluded were supporters and apologists of totalitarianism.
- Those are my passions and, not infrequently, their proponents and apologists will be my targets.