Common misspellings for stigma:

staium, stamia, stomcah, saracoma, stagna, stanima, settimg, sitemake, stagma, stuma, sertoma, stuomic, stime, nottigham, desigm, stinum, saitama, stygma, stomac, systgem, stocmach, stoumic, stomak, stimga, pardigm, stagename, skidmark, stomah, tgime, stoumac, latjham, sungmi, sledghammer, septicaemia, stomahc, stergth, stimi, sitcome, stigima, steigel, vaticam, stunami, stigil, saticfai, sittimg, stickam, stimey, stomag, atigma, ztigma, xtigma, dtigma, etigma, wtigma, srigma, sfigma, sgigma, syigma, s6igma, s5igma, stugma, stjgma, stkgma, stogma, st9gma, st8gma, stifma, stivma, stibma, stihma, stiyma, stitma, stigna, stigka, stigja, stigmz, stigms, stigmw, stigmq, satigma, zstigma, sztigma, xstigma, sxtigma, dstigma, sdtigma, estigma, setigma, wstigma, swtigma, srtigma, strigma, sftigma, stfigma, sgtigma, stgigma, sytigma, styigma, s6tigma, st6igma, s5tigma, st5igma, stuigma, stiugma, stjigma, stijgma, stkigma, stikgma, stoigma, stiogma, st9igma, sti9gma, st8igma, sti8gma, stifgma, stigfma, stivgma, stigvma, stibgma, stigbma, stihgma, stighma, stiygma, stigyma, stitgma, stigtma, stignma, stigmna, stigkma, stigmka, stigjma, stigmja, stigmza, stigmaz, stigmsa, stigmas, stigmwa, stigmaw, stigmqa, stigmaq, tigma, stgma, stima, stiga, stigm, tsigma, stgima, stigam, sstigma, sttigma, stiigma, stiggma, stigmma, stigmaa, 3tigma, stigma, ctigma, qtigma, rtigma, s4igma, spigma, svigma, stmgma, sthgma, stiwma, stioma, sticma, stiema, stig-a, stigea, stigia, stigoa, stigla, stigmi, stigme, stigmc, stayegma, steyegma, s tigma, st igma, sti gma, stig ma, stigm a.

Definition of stigma:

Usage examples for stigma

  1. How is the stigma fitted for receiving the pollen that is carried by the insect visitors.  Ontario Teachers' Manuals: Nature Study by Ontario Ministry of Education
  2. The stigma lies in what he was, not what he did.  The Penal Cluster by Ivar Jorgensen (AKA Randall Garrett)
  3. This led us to conclude that there must be unity of intention in poetry dealing with the poet, for we believed that when English poets talked of themselves and their craft, they were attempting to remove the stigma placed upon the name of poet by Plato's charge.  The Poet's Poet by Elizabeth Atkins