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verb as in categorize as being example, standard

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The irony is that communities are protesting stereotyping—as cops respond in stereotypical ways.

If Scotland does vote for independence it will be a sad victory for national self-stereotyping that is totally false.

Both 24 and Homeland caught significant flack from critics for stereotyping Muslims and Middle Easterners.

And when you peacefully protest their stereotyping of you, they lash back at you and they call you horrendous, horrific names.

But can Hollywood confront its offensive stereotyping of Arabs and Muslims?

In 1861 Craske improved stereotyping by making it possible to reproduce curved printing plates from flat forms of type.

It is now called stereotyping, and it seems to have been successful from the first, from a technical point of view.

The recent processes of stereotyping and electrotyping have added greatly to the cheapness, accuracy, and beauty of printing.

It is said that the process of stereotyping was first communicated to Didot by him.

The amount is always small because the main costs of typesetting and stereotyping are eliminated from the price.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stereotyping, such as: pigeonhole, systematize, standardize, dub, institutionalize, and catalogue.

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