- /ˌstɪgmətaɪzd ˈfɔm/ (say .stigmuhtuyzd 'fawm)
a linguistic form which is unacceptable to some social groups in a culture, often because it is associated with particular people or contexts of use which are themselves unacceptable.
Also, stigmatized form.
Australian English dictionary. 2014.
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