Definition of Stigmatics

1. Noun. (plural of stigmatic) ¹



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Definition of Stigmatics

1. stigmatic [n] - See also: stigmatic

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stigmatics

stigma
stigmal
stigmaless
stigmaria
stigmarias
stigmas
stigmastane
stigmastanes
stigmasterol
stigmasterols
stigmata
stigmatalike
stigmatic
stigmatical
stigmatically
stigmatics (current term)
stigmatisation
stigmatisations
stigmatise
stigmatised
stigmatises
stigmatising
stigmatism
stigmatisms
stigmatist
stigmatists
stigmatizable
stigmatization
stigmatizations
stigmatize

Literary usage of Stigmatics

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1. Report of the Annual Meeting (1867)
"And an attempt was thus made to show that the principle of stigmatics, as explained in the papers cited, affords a complete solution of the problem of the ..."

2. The Psychological Phenomena of Christianity by George Barton Cutten (1908)
"that cases of the fourth class should be eliminated from the enumeration as these are not true stigmatics.1 When we consider causes there are three possible ..."

3. The Psychological Phenomena of Christianity by George Barton Cutten (1908)
"that cases of the fourth class should be eliminated from the enumeration as these are not true stigmatics.1 When we consider causes there are three possible ..."

4. Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society by London Mathematical Society (1891)
"1'roc., Vol. XII., 1S.I2-3, pp. 511-517.] " On stigmatics." [Brit. ... "On Plane stigmatics. ..."

5. Counterfeit Miracles by Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield (1918)
"... "how many stigmatics has the world not seen!" "It is a great pity," he goes on to object, "that the ignorance of the people, always benevolent and pious ..."

6. Natural Causes and Supernatural Seemings by Henry Maudsley (1897)
"The stigmatics belong to the same class as the malingering hysteric of the present day who excites the curiosity and admiration of the countryside by ..."

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