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Some of the proudest trophies of genius have been won by infidels, or by men stigmatized as such.
This Order has been stigmatized by New England writers as most tyrannical and oppressive.
Girls have been hurried into marriage by the dread of being so stigmatized who have repented the step to their dying day.
An innocent child stigmatized; an amiable woman abandoned to shame and grief!
He was no inebriate, as he was stigmatized because of the unfortunate incident at his inauguration as Vice-President.
The cabinet members who, wittingly or unwittingly, had encouraged him in this he some weeks later stigmatized as a set of geese.
She was actually thought deserving of reprehension, and was stigmatized as vulgar in the extreme.
He was more accustomed to the fun-loving, joking girl than to this "cellar-grown turnip" as he mentally stigmatized her.
PEGGY STEWART AT SCHOOLGABRIELLE E. JACKSON
Such works were, and still continue to be, the favourites of a nation stigmatized for being prone to impure amours.
This dominion is stigmatized as a tyrannical usurpation of power.

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