Noun(1) a specific (often simplistic(2) a small compartment
Verb(1) place into a small compartment(2) treat or classify according to a mental stereotype
(1) people identified me with a homely farmer's wife and I was never allowed to escape from that pigeonhole(2) The worst thing about his stay in the psychiatric hospital, he says, was the concentrated pressure to conform to someone else's idea of a regular guy, to slot neatly into a pigeonhole .(3) I do not want the pigeonhole of being ‘working class’, because it suggests that I am part of a group or club.(4) If you were forced to put this best-selling pianist's music into a pigeonhole then the classical genre would have to do.(5) Crystal collected her mail from her pigeonhole down in the kitchen.(6) They will probably pigeonhole us just the same.(7) people identified me with a homely farmer's wife and I could never escape that pigeonhole(8) The half-hour quiz show was a chance for Jane to escape her pigeonhole as that Yorkshire lass who sings ballads.(9) Each composer is placed in a pigeonhole or assigned to a particular school, while those who do not fit comfortably under any of the standard-isms get a category all to themselves.(10) But things have changed over the years, and I wouldn't want to pigeonhole myself in the next two years, I'll just see what comes up.(11) What it means is that they can't find a convenient pigeonhole in which to place this person's work.(12) Two weeks later I found his six pages of tightly typed notes in my pigeonhole .(13) Putting our heads together, we came up with a construct rather like an old-fashioned pigeonhole desk that fits neatly between the forward cabin bulkheads.(14) In an effort to escape their pigeonhole , the band are back, with haircuts and a second album that is quite different from the first.(15) This's a sophisticated and fun album, and there's not a genre or pigeonhole anywhere that can diminish its originality and life-loving energy.(16) He looked in his pigeonhole , out of habit he assured himself rather than hope that he would be granted a place on the train-driving course.
(1) pigeonhole :: pigeonhole
1. cubbyhole ::
2. categorize ::
3. compartmentalize ::
4. classify ::
5. characterize ::
6. label ::
7. brand ::
8. tag ::
9. typecast ::
10. ghettoize ::
11. designate ::
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