Your Daily Word Prompt – #Typecast- #YDWordPrompt April 11, 2022

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Today’s Word: Typecast

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Typecast

[ tahyp-kast, -kahst ]
 
verb (used with object), type·cast, type·cast·ing.Theater.
  • to cast (a performer) in a role that requires characteristics of physique, manner, personality, etc., similar to those possessed by the performer.
  • to cast (a performer) repeatedly in a kind of role closely patterned after that of the actor’s previous successes.
  • to stereotype:He realizes now he’s been typecast as an executive errand boy.
 
 

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