stereotype

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a trite expression or idea

Synonyms for stereotype

a conventional or formulaic conception or image

treat or classify according to a mental stereotype

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He) resorted in name-calling and precipitated the heated argument between (us),' he said.
After much name-calling, one of our students finally called out the "n-word.
But he should follow his own advice and stop the name-calling.
Even though gay-related name-calling has been found to be associated with anti-gay attitudes (Bum, 2000; Franklin, 2000), anti-gay jokes may not always be manifestations of anti-gay behaviour (Jewell & Morrison, 2010).
Unless we help our children understand that it is not the names but rather the name-calling that is unacceptable, we will not make progress.
It isn't a laugh and it is a serious thing and even if you did think it's just a bit of name-calling it really hurts people.
Some people publicly vow to examine their name-calling habits and possibly end them altogether.
Name-calling is damaging because it insults the God who created that person in his own image.
FAT-RELATED jibes are "endemic" among Britons with nine out of 10 overweight people experiencing name-calling because of their excess pounds.
PALMDALE -- Racial epithets directed at Latino students at two schools have prompted the Palmdale School District to propose training for teachers and students to prevent name-calling and bullying.
When the test is over, Anna Maria goes to a special class because she did very well, which provokes unrest and even name-calling "Dummy
Hudson's juvenile name-calling reminds me of that kindergarten response "Takes one to know one.
Terence Noble came to expect to be the victim of cruel name-calling, stone-throwing, pushing and shoving on a daily basis.
In the political arena, the center is pretty much left out of the name-calling.
The story follows young Patrick as he repeatedly encounters a name-calling bully at school--J.