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Verb(1) to accuse or condemn or openly or formally or brand as disgraceful(2) mark with a stigma or stigmata
(1) The routine aim is to disparage and stigmatize activities or sentiments that displease policymakers in Washington.(2) Gun laws stigmatize the mere act of buying a firearm with an embarrassing ‘background’ check.(3) So using law to discredit it, or stigmatize it, or just embarrass people who believe it and work to strengthen this connection, is likely to have a real impact on real children.(4) Neither, of course, does it reflect the incalculable emotional losses Japanese Americans suffered through stigmatization and incarceration.(5) Many patients usually wish to conceal their condition as far as possible, to avoid embarrassment and being stigmatised by visible physical deformity.(6) The bureau needs to be exceedingly careful to avoid further stigmatizing someone whom prosecutors are not prepared to charge.(7) Blake is stigmatized as a ‘Dead Man’ by the very act of embarking West.(8) The stigmatization of AIDS victims is perhaps the most formidable obstacle in the fight against AIDS in Indonesia - and the world, for that matter.(9) Instead, it stigmatizes innocent children, subjects them to acute embarrassment, and teaches them to distrust authority.(10) These are ‘isolated incidents,’ mental health professionals like to say, and focusing on them itself leads to stigmatizing the mentally ill.(11) Most mental illness is entirely treatable and the person experiencing this illness needs assistance not rejection and stigmatisation .(12) Beginning with her mother, she was stigmatized as being a dupe of sinister communist plotters - as if she somehow lacked any authentic and genuine convictions of her own.(13) You're beginning to see the stigmatization of any alternative proposals on the pretext of confronting terrorism.(14) For another, it stigmatizes , as it regards the mentally ill as though they were criminals.(15) Proselytizing is stigmatized as cultural supremacy and for violating the principle that there is no need for other-worldly salvation.(16) On the other hand, fear of being stigmatized was a key reason that traumatized soldiers didn't seek help while still in the military, an earlier study showed.
1. condemn ::
2. denounce ::
3. brand ::
4. label ::
5. mark out ::
6. disparage ::
7. vilify ::
8. pillory ::
9. pour scorn on ::
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10. defame ::
Different Formsstigmatize, stigmatized, stigmatizes, stigmatizing
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