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Pejoration

pej·o·ra·tion (p j -r sh n, p j -). n. 1.

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IT BEFALLS WORDS TO FALL DOWN: PEJORATION AS A TYPE
known as pejoration, derogation or worsening of meaning. Pejoration as a category of . and pejoration/degradation.
Pedophilia, Pejoration, and Prejudice: Inquiry by Insinuation
Pedophilia, Pejoration, and Prejudice: Inquiry by Insinuation, Argument by Accusation. David L. Riegel.
A Queer Revolution: Reconceptualizing the Debate Over Linguistic
perspectives: (1) that the term is inseparable from its pejoration and therefore its reclamation is opposed;.
Automatically identifying changes in the semantic orientation of words
Amelioration and pejoration. ● Changes in a amelioration or pejoration 2.84 succeed amelioration.
PEJORATION PLUVIOMETRIQUE ET CULTURE D'ANANAS DANS
en eau et de la Dynamique des Ecosystèmes,. Université d'Abomey-Calavi. PEJORATION PLUVIOMETRIQUE ET.

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Colorado Voices: A rant about regressives
By Mark Moe There's little doubt that conservatives have subjected the word "liberal" to a very successful campaign of pejoration.

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pejoration - definition of pejoration by the Free Online Dictionary
pej·o·ra·tion (p j -r sh n, p j -). n. 1.
pejoration - definition and examples of pejoration
The downgrading or depreciation of a word's meaning, as when a word with a positive sense develops a negative one.
Semantic change - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Blank considers it problematic, though, to include amelioration and pejoration of meaning as well as strengthening and weakening of meaning.
Pejoration | Define Pejoration at Dictionary.com
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Meaning Change
Pejoration is the process by which a word's meaning worsens or degenerates, coming to represent something less favorable than it originally did.

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