stigmatise


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stigmatise


Past participle: stigmatised
Gerund: stigmatising

Imperative
stigmatise
stigmatise
Present
I stigmatise
you stigmatise
he/she/it stigmatises
we stigmatise
you stigmatise
they stigmatise
Preterite
I stigmatised
you stigmatised
he/she/it stigmatised
we stigmatised
you stigmatised
they stigmatised
Present Continuous
I am stigmatising
you are stigmatising
he/she/it is stigmatising
we are stigmatising
you are stigmatising
they are stigmatising
Present Perfect
I have stigmatised
you have stigmatised
he/she/it has stigmatised
we have stigmatised
you have stigmatised
they have stigmatised
Past Continuous
I was stigmatising
you were stigmatising
he/she/it was stigmatising
we were stigmatising
you were stigmatising
they were stigmatising
Past Perfect
I had stigmatised
you had stigmatised
he/she/it had stigmatised
we had stigmatised
you had stigmatised
they had stigmatised
Future
I will stigmatise
you will stigmatise
he/she/it will stigmatise
we will stigmatise
you will stigmatise
they will stigmatise
Future Perfect
I will have stigmatised
you will have stigmatised
he/she/it will have stigmatised
we will have stigmatised
you will have stigmatised
they will have stigmatised
Future Continuous
I will be stigmatising
you will be stigmatising
he/she/it will be stigmatising
we will be stigmatising
you will be stigmatising
they will be stigmatising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been stigmatising
you have been stigmatising
he/she/it has been stigmatising
we have been stigmatising
you have been stigmatising
they have been stigmatising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been stigmatising
you will have been stigmatising
he/she/it will have been stigmatising
we will have been stigmatising
you will have been stigmatising
they will have been stigmatising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been stigmatising
you had been stigmatising
he/she/it had been stigmatising
we had been stigmatising
you had been stigmatising
they had been stigmatising
Conditional
I would stigmatise
you would stigmatise
he/she/it would stigmatise
we would stigmatise
you would stigmatise
they would stigmatise
Past Conditional
I would have stigmatised
you would have stigmatised
he/she/it would have stigmatised
we would have stigmatised
you would have stigmatised
they would have stigmatised
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.stigmatise - to accuse or condemn or openly or formally or brand as disgraceful; "He denounced the government action"; "She was stigmatized by society because she had a child out of wedlock"
label - assign a label to; designate with a label; "These students were labelled `learning disabled'"
2.stigmatise - mark with a stigma or stigmata; "They wanted to stigmatize the adulteress"
mark - make or leave a mark on; "the scouts marked the trail"; "ash marked the believers' foreheads"
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References in classic literature ?
I am dealing now with a conspiracy - I stigmatise it as such, and I will expose it and crush it.
And is it Christian, let me ask you, to stigmatise and denounce an individual for begging to be excused this time, when the same individual may--ha--respond with the required accommodation next time?
'Very right: but in my judgment, what the world stigmatises as romantic, is often more nearly allied to the truth than is commonly supposed; for, if the generous ideas of youth are too often over- clouded by the sordid views of after-life, that scarcely proves them to be false.'
"If it was cancer, we would not stigmatise the cancer drug that keeps them well - that's what methadone does."
Dr Matenjwa says she is astounded that "some very educated people" can stigmatise, ridicule and stereotype people suffering from an illness.Prof Iraki often uses "The Cutting Edge" to make some witty and sometimes profound remarks.
Considered altogether, these results suggest that in adolescence women tend to less often stigmatise suicidal behaviour compared to their mate counterparts.
Earlier in March, the counsel for Justice Siddiqui of the IHC contended that in-camera proceedings of misconduct against judges stigmatise their reputation.
Evans-Polce said the evidence showed that vulnerable groups with few coping resources would benefit from anti-smoking programs that did not stigmatise smoking but focus instead on the benefits of giving up.
The Leader of the Greens in the Flanders region of Belgium, Meyrem Almaci, told VRT Radio that Jambon should "either back up his assertion with hard evidence or apologise for comments that stigmatised a whole community." Jambon has denied that he had wanted to stigmatise Belgian Muslims.