Stigmatize in a sentence as a verb

When it pops its going to stigmatize the entire profession again, just like last time.

We don't need to revel & celebrate failure, we just need to learn from it and not stigmatize it.

"Weakness" in males signals a socialized response to stigmatize.

My parents could afford to buy me a computer and they and others didn't stigmatize me for spending hours on it.

If being labelled a failure can destroy your career, it's not really helpful to further stigmatize failure by saying it's a "fetish", right?

I think there might be great potential there and as long as we continue to stigmatize it, we will miss out on any knowledge we could gain from studying it.

What is necessary is to de-stigmatize these paths in the modern age and divorce the concept of education from that of job training.

Had you spoken to me a few years ago, i would have strongly agreed that this program was a bad idea, and more likely to stigmatize than to emancipate.

People fight to entrench certain ideologies and stigmatize others, professors fight over control of departments, careers are threatened or ruined.

Both sexes "appreciate" sex appeal as part of a charming personality when it appeals to us and stigmatize it as dangerous when it competes with us.

When you reference downvoting, you stigmatize it and influence people not to do so. I would rather know if people are going to have a downvote reaction to my comment than shame them into not downvoting me. I've had the exact same tendency to observe "well I might get downvoted for this," but I think it's a tendency that should be resisted.

Although they emphatically stigmatize numismatic plethora, they energize it through their tactics and practices.

Most such groups are also a smallish percentage of the population, and you can't really "opt into" it on purpose, so it's a fairly fixed set. Parents aren't worried that their non-autistic teenager will one day decide to "experiment with autism", so there's less need to stigmatize it as an option.

Second, can you imagine the pressure that must have been put on the police to force them to take time away from their real work because one faculty member wanted to stigmatize another as potentially violent?

The US has far better medical facilities, better supplies, better communication tools, better handling procedures for corpses and a society that doesn't stigmatize infectious diseases.

The stringent attitude towards alcohol-serving in the United States does stigmatize it's consumption quite a bit, and, IMO, causes a decrease in moderation and safety when compared to a more relaxed Europe.

Stigmatize 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: stigmatise brand denounce mark


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

See also: stigmatise