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  • v  to accuse or condemn or openly or formally or brand as disgraceful
  • v  mark with a stigma or stigmata

  • David Cameron in UK Express
    In a speech at the Royal Society of Arts in London, Mr Cameron said: "Most young people today think it is simply unacceptable to stigmatise others because of their race, and, of course, they're right." "I want to see a similar revolution in...
  • Martin Schulz in Nieuwsbank (persbericht) (abonnement)
    In his letter, Mr Schulz says: "Like you, we are convinced that the people behind this demonstration want above all to stigmatise a community for dark racist and xenophobic reasons as is proven by the readiness to lump Islam together with...
  • Roger HELMER in Independent
    Roger Helmer, Conservative MEP for the East Midlands, said that homophobia was "merely a propaganda device designed to denigrate and stigmatise those holding conventional opinions".

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