[ UK /stˌɛɹɪə‍ʊtˈɪpɪk/ ]
  1. lacking spontaneity or originality or individuality
    stereotyped phrases of condolence
    even his profanity was unimaginative
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How To Use stereotypic In A Sentence

  • The film has a very gritty, realistic feel, again lifting it above being a merely stereotypical genre exercise.
  • I countered, soon becoming the stereotypical "noncompliant" black woman. Archive 2007-11-01
  • The Green Farmhouse is the stereotypical country idyll. Times, Sunday Times
  • His monologue casts light on the common experience of the stereotypical man who is unemotional, uncaring, and cold.
  • Though I’d argue that what you term stylistic urban fantasy also offers a wider range of protagonists than the stereotypical straight white “can-do” male. The new urban fantasy. Same as the old urban fantasy?
  • However, whilst he believes that in terms of a stereotypical male job such as bricklaying, women should not be paid the same as men (obviously showing his sexist conception of what women should really be doing – kitchen and bedroom) that men however, SHOULD get the same amount of money as women for working in a cantine. In reply to ‘Angry Harry’ – Because the strive for gender equality is worth the effort… « My Liberal Democrat Political Ramblings…
  • Glastonbury is stereotypically viewed as a four-day binge for mud-caked, drunken teenagers.
  • Too many of the characterizations tend towards the stereotypical.
  • Men should not be expected to live up to stereotypical conceptions of heterosexuality and masculinity.
  • The band's strict avoidance of a ‘stereotypical, gangsta-styled’ video speaks for their desire to avoid parody, and they rejected any script that called for them to present themselves as would-be gangstas.
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