Apologist in a sentence as a noun

Brooks is the ultimate apologist for this kind of corrupt military, industrial, surveillance state ****.

Lewis described altruism in one of his apologist books as a "good infection" - kindness that spreads uncontrollably.

"If I'm being honest, it's off putting to watch community-wide apologist response to what would normally be outrage of poor execution.

The authoritarian-apologist doublespeak it's full of is even more damning than the original story.

Does not bashing everything Google does immediately make someone a Google apologist?The fact that they do a lot of very questionable things does not mean everything they do should be immediately condemned.

>What's next - calling everyone who disagrees "sexist"?If you disagree then you are automatically labeled as one of the obvious sexist rapist rape apologist ********* neckbeard supremacist spermjacked nerd sperglord virgin libertarian losers.

I made the mistake once of sharing this opinion in another high-visibility disclosure similar to this one, the thrust of which was "let's not blog about someone's guilt or innocence on any topic until they've been convicted of something regardless of gender or offense," and I was directly accused of being a rape apologist because of the context.

Whenever I hear someone say "I'm not pro X" or "I'm not anti-Y" or "I'm not a Z apologist" it's always followed by a "but" that essentially amounts to "I've put my blinders on and trying my best to sound objective".Now, this could just be me but I really doubt it - the upgraded specs and compatibility don't mean anything to me even as a power user if I'm not able to comfortably work with the device.

Apologist definitions


a person who argues to defend or justify some policy or institution; "an apologist for capital punishment"

See also: vindicator justifier