Stigmatise in a sentence as a verb

This reflex to stigmatise and virtue signal annoys the freak out of me.

Not everyone has this, and it's important not to stigmatise people who just don't want to be parents.

Strangely the meth snorters stigmatise meth smokers in the same way a normal person would stigmatise a meth user.

At first societies will be educated to stigmatise any resistance and ease the law change.

I always assumed the 'Hacker' in Hacker News was there to gently stigmatise the site, to avoid it going to way of sites like Digg.

"Let's be honest, the biggest issue with this isn't that it's harder to look at **** online, so let's not trivialise it and stigmatise it as such.

The Tories brought their narrative of "hard working families" to implicitly stigmatise those not working.

That sounds like bad advice which has been used to stigmatise/marginalise disabled people and people suffering from chronic diseases over the years.

Far from being out of place and not reading the room, I think the second poster trying to effectively stigmatise his reply is the one in the wrong/ that can't read the room.

It didn't have to go from safety net to now where we have a punitive, vindictive welfare system intended to punish and stigmatise.

"Don't stigmatise conspiracy theorists, because the ones who attack places on the theory that there's a conspiracy going on... they aren't really conspiracy theorists!

If you want people to take the idea of plots between the NSA and major companies seriously it seems counterproductive to stigmatise conspiracy theories.

Do we really still stigmatise people as being "lazy" just for wanting to focus on their specialisation?I also notice a similar prejudice among commenters here.

If anyone doubts the strength of the social pressure to drink alcohol, it's pretty telling that even in societies that stigmatise addiction, it can be easier to hint at alcoholism than to simply say you don't like to drink.

It's a dream come true and will allow the culture and OSes to even more strongly stigmatise the opening of executables which immediately gain full system access - something that's completely absurd, but was a necessary evil.

Stigmatise definitions


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"

See also: stigmatize brand denounce mark


mark with a stigma or stigmata; "They wanted to stigmatize the adulteress"

See also: stigmatize