verb (used with object), vic·tim·ized, vic·tim·iz·ing.
Related formsvic·tim·i·za·tion, nounvic·tim·iz·er, nounun·vic·tim·ized, adjective
Examples from the Web for victimization
The politics of victimization are a potent force in the world today.
Indeed, the language used in defiance of these anti-discrimination laws takes on the language of victimization.
Being pressed to conform to such a change in majority opinion must feel like victimization.
At that age, the sense of victimization is very strong, and “Les Mis” is all about victimization.
How much longer are we going to accept the cries of victimization from the strongest and richest nation in the Middle East?
They do save money, and are thus fattened up to a state which admits of victimization.North America, Volume I (of 2)|Anthony Trollope
Ten shillings per week to be paid in strike and victimization pay.
My victimization had created a bitter feeling in the division, and some very exciting scenes occurred during the election.
My old friend George Hewitt, the branch secretary, was specially marked out for victimization.
The correspondence revealed most glaring cases of victimization.