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be stigmatized

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe stigmatizedbe stigmatizedPREJUDICEDto be treated by society as if you should feel ashamed of your situation or behaviour Single mothers often feel that they are stigmatized by society. stigmatize
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be stigmatizedAnd the differences that mark their speech tend to be stigmatized.Since offices were regarded as a form of property, reform could be stigmatized as an encroachment upon freehold.Most are concerned that their daughters will be stigmatized by any association with lesbianism.Single mothers often feel that they are stigmatized by society.Sometimes all varieties of a language except one are stigmatized to a certain degree.
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