adjective. ['ˈstɛriːoʊˌtaɪpt'] lacking spontaneity or originality or individuality.
Words that Rhyme with Stereotyped
Example sentences of the word stereotyped
When these groups encounter each other, the animals engage in stereotyped greeting behaviors.
2. Verb, past participle
Dog people are stereotyped as being loyal, while cat owners are stereotyped as being more individualistic.
3. Verb, past tense
Zack is a prep in style, regardless of how the show stereotyped preppies.
Quotes containing the word stereotyped
1. We take it for granted that Jesus was not interested in political life: his mission was purely religious. Indeed we have witnessed . . . the 'iconization' of the life of Jesus: 'This is a Jesus of hieratic, stereotyped gestures, all representing theological themes. In this way, the life of Jesus is no longer a human life, submerged in history, but a theological life -- an icon.
- Gustavo Gutiérrez, A Theology of Liberation