Did you by any chance mean pejorative?
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“Highlighting her Mormon religion, and most often speakinf of it as a pejoritive, is no more than religious elistism and stereotyping.”
“I guess I missed the day in school when they taught that portmanteaus are pejoritive per se.”
“Racist is, of course, a non-pejoritive term used to describe anyone who happens to disagree with Professor Cole and the leftist fascists whose only goal is the uniformity of thought and behavior in America.”
“I know in the print media the term blogger has become a type of pejoritive phrase but in reality a good blogger is about the same as a good columnist, both are writing about their opinions with varying degrees of facts to back up their assertions.”
“I see value in the contributions of the “warmers” if I can use that term in a non-pejoritive way as it forces people to defend their positions with scientific argument.”
“Your lurid and pejoritive language in dismissing or deriding others and their counter-arguments is alas typical of religious commentators.”
“Oh I didn't mean what I said in a pejoritive sense.”
“This wealthy and heroic nation's being consumed by a metastatic cancer (fueled by greed and racism?) where caring for others is often sneered at, spit upon and given pejoritive labels ...”
“(other than it's a pejoritive term for something quite good) I thought we were against the 100, (hell, 10,000) year war?”
“Now, I must start by letting you know that I don’t mean creepy in any pejoritive or nasty sense, but in a much gentler vein: These are comic books that I didn’t know ever existed until I picked them up, and that’s something I find very unusual.”
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