• Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Stigmatical Impressing with infamy or reproach.
    • Stigmatical Marked with a stigma, or with something reproachful to character.
    • Stigmatical (Bot., Anat., etc) Of or pertaining to a stigma or stigmata.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • stigmatical Same as stigmatic.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adjs Stigmatical marked or branded with a stigma: giving infamy or reproach
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
See Stigma
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L.,—Gr.,—stizein, to mark.


In literature:

Any attempt to call attention to true principles is mocked at, decried, stigmatized, and, if possible, extinguished.
"Plain Facts for Old and Young" by John Harvey Kellogg
Columbus was exposed to continual scoffs and indignities, being ridiculed as a mere dreamer and stigmatized as an adventurer.
"Pushing to the Front" by Orison Swett Marden
Paulinus of Nola and Augustine himself strongly stigmatized the abuse.
"Pagan and Christian Rome" by Rodolfo Lanciani
Infra-stigmatal: situated below the stigmata or spiracles.
"Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology" by John. B. Smith
Our author also stigmatizes the whole medical art of our day as a science of death and moral torture.
"The Continental Monthly, Vol. 6, No 3, September 1864" by Various
Some people think the last word is said when they have stigmatized that infamy, capital.
"The Simple Life" by Charles Wagner
When the priests found that they could no longer confine the practice of medicine to themselves, it was stigmatized and denounced.
"Three Thousand Years of Mental Healing" by George Barton Cutten
You cannot dwarf the movement by stigmatizing it as treason.
"A Report of the Debates and Proceedings in the Secret Sessions of the Conference Convention" by Lucius Eugene Chittenden
They stigmatized the undertaking as 'a pretended voyage,' which certainly it was not.
"Sir Walter Ralegh" by William Stebbing
If the Moronval Academy still exists, I desire to stigmatize it now and forever as the most unhealthy spot I ever knew.
"Jack" by Alphonse Daudet

In poetry:

"Nine envious moons matured her growing shame,
Erewhile to flaunt it in the face of day,
When scorn'd of Virtue, stigmatized by Fame,
Low at my feet desponding Jessy lay.
"Elegy XXVI. Describing the Sorrow of An Ingeneous Mind" by William Shenstone

In news:

The viewing public are smarter than to stigmatize today's hard-working television unions with corruption, thugs, and thievery… I think to myself.
RbST Has Been Unfairly Stigmatized by Activists.
Republicans have created popular anxiety about public services by linking them with highly stigmatized members of our society.
Those first two, while often stigmatized, are also often easier to hide.
Field Guide to Dealing With Stigmatized Properties.
Only When Meat Is Stigmatized Will Factory Farms Stop Thriving.
Once Stigmatized , Food Stamps Find Acceptance.
The death of Japan's first heart transplant patient over 30 years ago stigmatized the procedure.
But Oleg Orlov, head of the prominent Memorial rights group, said his organization and dozens of other NGOs are boycotting the law because it seeks to stigmatize all recipients of foreign funds as spies.
Many people with a disability know what it's like to be stigmatized.
Proponents of laws limiting voting rights say they protect from fraud, but human rights advocates believe they're outdated and stigmatizing.
But where Thomas has become a strong opponent of affirmative action and says he felt stigmatized by the racial preference that also helped him get into Yale, Sotomayor says she took the opportunity to join the elite and ran with it.
Race officials hope to help de-stigmatize addiction and mental illness .
Golfers using oversized putters no longer stigmatized.
When it comes to exploiting an isolated occurrence in order to stigmatize and downgrade the past, present and future of an entire racial group, no one does it better than the Daily's op-ed columnist of choice, Leonard Pitts Jr.

In science:

There is seldom a big incentive to answer a survey, and when its questions are potentially stigmatizing, special care should be taken to protect respondent privacy and promote participation.
Negative Surveys
The original model sets out to estimate the proportion of a population that belongs to a particular, stigmatizing group A.
Negative Surveys
Also, with RRTs some sub jects will be selected, by the randomizing device, to answer the potentially stigmatizing question.
Negative Surveys
Therefore, many Oregonians have perhaps become more reluctant to stigmatize themselves as PL borrowers, or unwilling to risk falling into what the majority of Oregon’s policymakers saw as a debt trap.
Is There Statistical Evidence that the Oregon Payday-Loan Rate Cap Hurts Consumers?
Unfortunately, despite its accomplishments, renormalization theory was stigmatized, especially for its lack of a firm mathematical underpinning.
Hopf algebra approach to Feynman diagram calculations