View definitions for victimized


adjective as in cheated

adjective as in deceived

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She has received too many letters from bridesmaids who have been sorely taken advantage of and does not wish to see you victimized any more than necessary.

For example, we are often hired by companies who have been victimized by what appear to be short-sellers and tweets online that are posted anonymously that essentially seem to be bad-mouthing a company.

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Bowman did not immediately report to the police because she felt as though she would be re-victimized and silenced.

Claims that American Christians are unfairly victimized, attacked, and persecuted continue.

When women are seen as a source of honor, they risk being doubly victimized.

Raise your hand if you have ever been personally victimized by Secret.

Nor is it surprising, sadly, to hear of a single person victimized by multiple offenders.

Yet, among the whole shipload of rogues, the only man who victimized us was Titoff, the chief engineer.

The woman thief was victimized less universally than the others because she was known to be the bo'sun's especial graft.

He was still glowing with wrath over the method by which he had been victimized into giving the girl a hearing.

We soon came in sight of the black stumpy monuments of one of the most disastrous conflagrations which ever victimized a forest.

He was the first martyr to the Laird of McNab's despotism, and he was thus victimized as an example to the rest.


On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to victimized, such as: bamboozled, beguiled, bilked, burned, conned, and deceived.

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