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[stˈɪɡmə], [stˈɪɡmə], [s_t_ˈɪ_ɡ_m_ə]

Synonyms for Stigma:

blemish (noun)

abrasion, blemish, blister, blot, blotch, brand, check, chip, crack, damage, defacement, defect, deformity, discoloration, disfigurement, distortion, dot, drawback, eyesore, fault, flaw, fleck, fracture, freckle, gash, hack, hole, hurt, imperfection, impurity, kink, lesion, mar, mark, nick, notch, pockmark, rift, scab, scar, score, scrape, scratch, scuff, slit, sore, speck, splotch, spoilage, spot, stain, tarnish, wart, weal.

Other synonyms and related words:

Paronychia, Saint Mark, a blot on one's escutcheon, abandon, abjectly, abscess, abuse, accuse, affront, analytical, androecium, annotate, anther, aposteme, aspersion, attaint, badge of infamy, bar sinister, basely, baseness, baton, bed sore, bell ringer, bend sinister, besmirchment, betray, bewray, birthmark, black eye, black mark, black spot, blade, blain, blame, blaze, bleb, bloodstain, blur, boil, brand name, bright spot, broad arrow, browse, bubo, bull's eye, bulla, bunion, calumny, calyx, canker, canker sore, carbuncle, carpel, caste mark, censure, champain, chancre, chancroid, cheat, check mark, checkmark, chilblain, chump, cicatrix, cold sore, commemorate, condemn, contempt, corolla, corolla tube, corona, crisscross, criticize, cross, cut, dab, dapple, daub, decry, defamation, defilement, degradation, degradingly, demean, demerit, denigrate, denounce, dent, derogatorily, determinate, diagnostic, dirt, dirtily, dirty spot, disapprobation, discolouration, discredit, disfavour, disgrace, disgraced, disgraceful, disgracefully, disgracefulness, disgraces, dishonor, dishonorable, dishonour, disparagement, disreputable, disrepute, distinction, distinctive, drip through, earmark, embarrass, embarrassingly, endemic, engraving, epicalyx, eschar, esoteric, especial, excoriate, fall guy, falsehood, felon, fester, festering, fever blister, filth, firebrand, fistula, flick, flower, flyspeck, fool, fulminate, furuncle, furunculus, gathering, grade, graving, grease, grime, grunge, guilt, gull, gumboil, gynoecium, harm, heed, hemorrhoids, hot iron, humiliates, humiliatingly, humiliation, ignominious, ignominiously, ignominy, ill fame, impeach, imprint, improperly, imputation, indicative, individual, infamous, infamously, infamy, ingloriously, innuendo, insinuation, insult, intelligence, investigative, jot, kibe, kind, lentigo, libel, lie, logical, lost face, luminous spot, macula, maculation, macule, make, mark of disgrace, marker, marking, marque, meanly, megasporophyll, memorandum, menially, microsporophyll, misrepresentation, mole, mortify, mortifyingly, mote, mottle, mug, nevus, note, notoriety, obloquy, odium, onus, opprobriously, opprobrium, papula, papule, particle, parulis, patch, patsy, peculiar, perianth, personal, petal, petechia, pile, piles, pillorying, pimple, pistil, place, pock, point, point champain, pollution, polyp, prevarication, print, proper, puncture, pustule, put-down, receptacle, reflection, reprimand, reproach, reproachful characterization, rising, scandal, scandalously, scarification, schlemiel, scold, scotch, scratching, shame, shameful, shamefully, sign, slander, slavishly, slight, slur, smear, smirch, smouch, smudge, smut, smutch, soft chancre, soft touch, soil, sordidly, spatter, special, specific, speckle, spiracle, splash, splatter, splodge orsplotch, squalidly, stamen, steel, stigmatism, stigmatization, strawberry mark, sty, style, subordinately, suppuration, swelling, sword, symbol, symbol of disgrace, taint, target, tattoo, tattoo mark, tick, tincture, tinge, tittle, torus, trade name, tubercle, ulcer, ulceration, unbecomingly, unsuccessfully, untruth, vilely, vilification, wale, watermark, welt, wheal, whelk, whitlow, wound.

Rhymes for Stigma:

  1. enigma;

Quotes for Stigma:

  1. Being diabetic was not what I thought of as being normal, and I feared the stigma of having to take medicine and having people stick me with a needle. Nell Carter.
  2. Theatre is expensive to go to. I certainly felt when I was growing up that theatre wasn't for us. Theatre still has that stigma to it. A lot of people feel intimidated and underrepresented in theatre. Christopher Eccleston.
  3. But there was something psychological happening there that was just a little bit different. And the other thing was, there was no stigma Kids weren't going into the 'Center -for -Kids -That -Need -More -Help' or something like that. It was 826 Valencia. Dave Eggers.