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pigeonholed

adjective as in deferred

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It speaks of women being “pigeonholed” into “pink-collar” jobs in health and education.

Did you feel like you were getting pigeonholed as the “brooding, intense young woman?”

The Daily Pic: In 1963, Stephen Antonakos made works that refuse to be pigeonholed.

For me, there are worse things than being pigeonholed as the nice guy.

However, she often found herself being pigeonholed by Hollywood casting directors as just another pretty face.

It was a solid satisfaction to have him tabulated and pigeonholed at last and for all time.

Against an opposite wall built at full length of the hall, was a pigeonholed case, which was stacked with brass cylinders.

Incidentally, that was again one of those things that was pigeonholed against Oswald, you know.

The person who has all possible knowledge pigeonholed and classified is still in our midst.

All of our remaining chapters might, with a little forcing, be pigeonholed under these two great heads.

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On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pigeonholed, such as: delayed, negotiated, postponed, adjourned, assessed, and charged.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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