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The Senate bill, meanwhile, makes it a felony for many people to engage in “vote harvesting,” a pejorative term for picking up another person’s absentee ballot and taking it to a polling place.The GOP voting bill that literally caused Texas Democrats to flee the state, explained|Ian Millhiser|July 13, 2021|Vox
The ridicule goes back to the very origins of the word ham, a pejorative that professional radio operators at the beginning of the 20th century used to single out amateurs with “ham-fisted” Morse-code skills.
The entire Lifeline program has come under fire from opponents starting during the Obama administration, when it gained the pejorative nickname, “Obama phone.”The FCC is about to undergo a huge shift that could drastically affect the internet|Stan Horaczek|January 22, 2021|Popular-Science
This is true not in a pejorative sense but in a statistical one, as in the average between high and low.Remembering Alex Trebek, The Man With All The Answers|Oliver Roeder|November 9, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
At its most pejorative, the term describes a uniquely disposable kind of young gay man: Hairless, guileless, witless.
In Spanish the word joke (broma) is not at all pejorative, it is playful.
The late Andrew Breitbart even offered a $100,000 reward for audio or video of Lewis being called a racial pejorative.
“A Billy Collins poem” has even been used as a pejorative term in certain workshop settings.
Grossman is quick to point out that he does not consider the term “sheep” a pejorative.
He consistently uses "Jew" as a pejorative adjective instead of "Jewish."Nina Balatka|Anthony Trollope
But given its age and its purpose this ought not to be construed in the contemporary, pejorative sense.Diego Collado's Grammar of the Japanese Language|Diego Collado
This term is a pejorative which may be applied also to the exercise of our other senses.The Natural Philosophy of Love|Remy de Gourmont
Alternatively, Professor A. Dalzell points out to me that illa could have a pejorative sense.