Pigeonhole Definition

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1. Assist to organize and deal with the meetings, and responsible for the meeting record, pigeonhole etc. 1
2. Bird-watchers have an austere view of existence: that which can not be pigeonholed should be shot. 1
3. But her sex kitten persona left her pigeonholed in shallow roles and alone. 1
4. Captain Henry bothered Slote because he did not quite fit the pigeonhole. 1
5. Consultants found the experience frustrating - their reports were only partly implemented, or, worse still, just pigeonholed. 1
6. Draft out administrative documents, keep and pigeonhole the department documents. 1
7. He felt they had pigeonholed him. 1
8. He is a film producer who can't be conveniently pigeonholed. 1
9. He pigeonholes the request for a new park. 1
10. Hence Buckshot LeFonque, a group devoted to the idea of making pigeonholes a thing of the past. 1
11. His unstrained design refuses to fit in any pigeonholes but absorbs anything he feels good to enhance the simultaneous facet of his state of mind.This website 1
12. I don't want to be pigeonholed as a kids' presenter. 1
13. If we have a correct theory but merely prate with this complete, pigeonhole it and never put it into practice, then that theory, however good, is of no significance. 1
14. If you can't come, leave a note in my pigeonhole. 1
15. It breaks rules and conventions and is impossible to pigeonhole. 1
16. It is difficult to decide whether Sun and Peng can be pigeonholed as belonging to a particular school, trend or coterie. 1
17. Leave the report in my pigeonhole when you've read it. 1
18. Most people don't think of him as a real actor. He is pigeonholed as an action movie star. 1
19. On economics, too, the Edwards brand of populism is hard to pigeonhole. 1
20. Patsy was pigeonholed as a Country and Western singer, but that's too simple. 1
21. Rebecca a pigeon with no pigeonhole. 1
22. Rebecca is a pigeon with no pigeonhole. 1
23. ROSE TREMAIN is a difficult pigeonhole. 1
24. She got up and crossed to a little antique rosewood desk with pigeonholes and tiny drawers along the top. 1
25. Surely the people shoved in and out of these pigeonholes have not themselves changed so vastly and so often. 1
26. The judicial difficulties that arise when fitting variation into pigeonholes are testimony to evolution. 1
27. The KGB pigeonholed his report and reprimanded him for denigrating a brother officer. 1
28. The letter lay unopened in the travel firm's pigeonhole. 1
29. The male experience is seen as a universal experience, while the female experience is put in a different pigeonhole. 1
30. The pigeonhole principle is a important principle in combinatorics. 1
 

Pigeonhole

[ˈpijənˌhōl]

NOUN

pigeonholes (plural noun) · pigeon-hole (noun) · pigeon-holes (plural noun)

  - a small recess for a domestic pigeon to nest in.

  - a small compartment, open at the front and forming part of a set, where letters or messages may be left for individuals.

  - a category, typically an overly restrictive one, to which someone or something is assigned.

VERB

pigeonholes (third person present) · pigeonholed (past tense) · pigeonholed (past participle) · pigeonholing (present participle) · pigeon-hole (verb) · pigeon-holes (third person present) · pigeon-holed (past tense) · pigeon-holed (past participle) · pigeon-holing (present participle)

  - deposit (a document) into a pigeonhole.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

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List of Suffixes

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