invisibilize

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invisibilize (third-person singular simple present invisibilizes, present participle invisibilizing, simple past and past participle invisibilized)

  1. Alternative form of invisiblize
    • 1996, Brenda Dixon Gottschild, Digging the Africanist Presence in American Performance: Dance and Other Contexts, Praeger, page 23:
      As Ishmael Reed so bluntly points out, deception and sublimation are put to hard labor to invisibilize this influence in a society that is fertilized by its presence.
    • 2014 July 10, Kirsten West Savali, “This mother who left her baby on the subway is not some Bad Black Mom. She's part of a mental-health stigma”, in The Guardian[1]:
      “Wrong” becomes the reason we further invisibilize poor, black women with no one or nothing to rely on but their faith and their family, neither of which is guaranteed.