Definition of Pigeonholed

1. Verb. (past of pigeonhole) ¹



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Definition of Pigeonholed

1. pigeonhole [v] - See also: pigeonhole

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pigeonholed

pigeon loft
pigeon pair
pigeon pea
pigeon toes
pigeoned
pigeoneer
pigeoneers
pigeonfoot
pigeongram
pigeongrams
pigeonhawk
pigeonhawks
pigeonhole
pigeonhole principle
pigeonholeable
pigeonholed (current term)
pigeonholer
pigeonholers
pigeonholes
pigeonholing
pigeonholings
pigeoning
pigeonite
pigeonites
pigeonless
pigeonlike
pigeonries
pigeonry
pigeons
pigeontoed

Literary usage of Pigeonholed

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1. Illustrated Catalogue and Classified Book List of the Northwestern Library by Northwestern library association (1899)
"The inside of writing cabinet is neatly partitioned and pigeonholed with drawer in ... The writing cabinet 18 neatly pigeonholed with drawer in center; ..."

2. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1895)
"Whenever a reform was suggested, the report has been pigeonholed ; and the men who ... At present an adverse report is still simply pigeonholed ; and if an ..."

3. The Budget and Responsible Government: A Description and Interpretation of by Frederick Albert Cleveland, Arthur Eugene Buck (1920)
"Favorable Reception Given by the Public Although the budget proposals of President Taft were pigeonholed by an opposition majority in Congress, ..."

4. The Sanitarian by Medico-Legal Society of New York (1898)
"the case of the English Board, the medical officer was pigeonholed for reference. And the bias of the Board was reflected in the case of the local ..."

5. Alaskan Seal Fisheries: Hearings ... Sixty-first Congress, on S. 9959 to (1911)
"It pigeonholed my letters; yet I had charity for Mr. Straus. ... Because that guilty officialism again silently pigeonholed my letter, since it convicted ..."

6. Life on the Mississippi by Mark Twain (1883)
"he acquired a vast hoard of all sorts of learning, and had it pigeonholed in his head where he could put his intellectual hand on it whenever it was wanted. ..."

7. New England: A Photographic Portrait by Twin Lights Publishers, J Dennis Robinson (2003)
"... IH il GLAS R. AMENDE The architecture of Martha's Vineyard cannot be easily pigeonholed. ..."

8. Annual Report by New Hampshire Railroad Commissioners (1897)
"... has served its purpose, having been sold by the incorporators for a considerable sum to the men at whom it was aimed and by them safely pigeonholed. ..."

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