Definitions

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  • n. Alternative spelling of victimizer.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a person who victimizes others

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Those who are regularly left open-mouthed at the way in which the British media puts across an overwhelmingly Arab narrative about Israel and the Middle East, trasmitting lies and distortions as facts and reversing victim and victimiser to present Israel as the regional aggressor and the Palestinians as their targets, may well also scratch their heads at being told with monotonous regularity that ‘the Jews control the media’.

    The real lobby and its acolytes

  • Right and wrong, truth and lies, victim and victimiser have been turned inside out -- and true victimisation is then legitimised, condoned or ignored.

    Demonising the victim

  • These journalists who co-operate with the AMW in reversing victim and victimiser to present Israel as the regional aggressor and the Palestinians as their victims may ultimately, G-d forbid, get what they want: Israel wiped off the map.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • At the top of this thread Melanie Phillips said "the British media at the top of puts across an overwhelmingly Arab narrative about Israel and the Middle East, transmitting lies and distortions as facts and reversing victim and victimiser to present Israel as the regional aggressor and the Palestinans as their targets .."

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • McCain understands that Israel is the victim rather than the victimiser in the Middle East, that it is surrounded by genocidal enemies whose undiminished intention is to destroy it as a Jewish state, and that is both the first line of defence against the Islamist attack on the free world and its most immediate and important target.

    Is America really going to do this?

  • Or will they stay wrapped up in the cotton wool of moral righteousness and refuse to see a connection between victim and victimiser?

    Baby P might have become a “feral, parasitic yob”

  • She worries that a newborn boy might become a victimiser, but it never occurs to her to worry that he might be victimised, even though the risk to him is higher than for a girl.

    2006 A Retrospective

  • He had the dissimulation, too, which timid men have; and felt the presence of a victimiser as a hare does of a greyhound.

    Mens Wives

  • The victim is equated with the victimiser and dismissed.

    Duke Rape Case: Regarding “Innocent Until Proven Guilty”

  • In respect of the last scenario, you appear to stand for the grotesque proposition that the victim of a deception should be forced to pay his victimiser.

    Do they really believe that abortion is murder?

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