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politically correct

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpolitically correctpoˌlitically corˈrect adjective  PREJUDICED (abbreviation PC) language, behaviour, and attitudes that are politically correct are carefully chosen so that they do not offend or insult anyone opp politically incorrect politically correct textbooks
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politically correctFranciscans oversaw construction of San Xavier del Bac during a time when mandatory religious conversion was considered politically correct.Negative attitudes about affirmative action, for example, are not considered politically correct.Revulsion at what has been happening there is not a prerogative of the politically correct.So it's only politically correct and fair to write about an actor who's appearing on that other famous game show.The proposition that men and women have evolved different minds is anathema to every social scientist and politically correct individual.I drink politically correct, organic coffee cultivated by small farmers who get their fair-trading share of the profits.Lewis was perfectly correct, even politically correct, to insist that Bowe had reneged on a pledge to fight him first.At least screwing the Brits is politically correct, whichever way you do it!
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