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stereotype
used in Leaves of Grass

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Definition
to classify someone or something with an oversimplified set of characteristics — especially incorrectly

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someone or something representing such a classification
  • ...the malt, the vats, every thing that is done by brewers, wine-makers, vinegar-makers, Leather-dressing, coach-making, boiler-making, rope-twisting, distilling, sign-painting, lime-burning, cotton-picking, electroplating, electrotyping, stereotyping, Stave-machines, planing-machines, reaping-machines, ploughing-machines, thrashing-machines, steam wagons, The cart of the carman, the omnibus, the ponderous dray, Pyrotechny, letting off color'd fireworks at night, fancy figures and...
    Book 15 — A Song for Occupations (78% in)

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