(v) To add a blatant slant to news coverage, in the same way Rupert Murdoch does with his outlets including Fox "News".
Did you see the Fox News coverage of the Mark Foley scandal? Did you notice how the clips were captioned "Mark Foley (D)"? Man, that piece was totally murdoched.
by meldroc July 26, 2007
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defilement (pertaining to memory, character, truth, humanity)
Stealing voicemails of murdered children just to sell news is the mother of all murdochs
by Cherny July 9, 2011
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1)Used in describing a male:

A scottish term used for describing a man who is incredibly stuck up, likes a bit of the old slap 'n' tickle, and is a selfish old beast.

2) A scottish term used for describing a woman of elegant beauty, lovely personality, and hates the male murdoch.
Man: Ohhh my dad is such a nasty murdoch!!!

Woman: OH how beautiful is that murdoch!!!
by Kate47567 August 30, 2006
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To murder an employee who denounces your media empire and/or international corporation's illegal activities.
Sean Hoare was murdoched after having blown the whistle on the News of The World phone hacks.
by sesentaydos July 21, 2011
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To magically attract an audience to one's media product by ensuring that no one knows it's there. (via TRMS)
No relevant search results? Wow, they really pulled a murdoch.
by XenoPhage November 11, 2009
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Someone who is so afraid of snow he'll abandon his car rather than come in to work.
He ditched his car whilst sat in traffic because there was a sprinkle of snow? What a murdoch!
by Dave McGrohl February 13, 2013
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n. a nasty, cruel and viscous spreader of false accusations.
At the beginning of the book 1984, Winston Smith is employed as a murdoch, editing dictionaries and history books to comply with party policy.
by E.L. Deflagrante May 23, 2012
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