English words and Examples of Usage
use "stigma" in a sentence
By doing this, he tied the regime closer to the imperial court, thereby erasing the stigma
of the ideolog
y that fueled the Nanboku-cho conflict: Ashikaga Takauji was seen as a traitor fighting against the restoration of imperial power.
"I hope that in some small way my decision to be adhere
nts of Dreyfus; they saw in it an immoral stifling
of justice, and they succeeded in protracting the discussion of the bill.
Women cannot dire
freely, or assemble and organize against inhumane and stifling
Opponents also say it creates serious chilling effects stifling
legitimate First amend
He soon found retire
, and Mildred suggested he return to work.
His role as Ishimatsu Ryosuke dealt with his inner demons as he ran away from the stifling
responsibility of inheriting his father's hospital and used Forensics Medicine as his scapegoat.
He wants to move up in the world - most of all to escape from the family home and his stifling
relationship with his father which was the subject of the first episode, The Offer.
El Fadl noted that the Salafi methodology "drifted into stifling
apologetics" by mid-20th century, a reaction against "anxiety" to "render Islam compatible with modernity," by its leaders earlier in the century.
Vanished is the grandeur
of the scene in a moment, and naught remains but a stifling
begriming dust flying and eddying about in all dire
ctions, penetrating everywhere.
Romanticism Neoclassicism lasted for an unnaturally long time, stifling
innovation and restricting literary creation.
Ba Cut's men blockaded the Mekong and Bassac Rivers and laid siege to various towns, stifling
the regional economy.
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