Definition of stereotypically in English:

stereotypically

adverb

See stereotype

  • ‘And so men are stereotypically the upholders of a false reason, because in this society they are powerful so they need some sort of rationale.’
  • ‘Homosexuals are treated so stereotypically in this film.’
  • ‘None of this suggests that all men are bad investors or all women good, but it does suggest that adding a few stereotypically female behaviours into our investing patterns may be no bad thing.’
  • ‘And because the script has wisely avoided writing them as stereotypically American, there are no jarring notes in the casting mix.’
  • ‘The English were stereotypically calm about it all.’

adverb

See stereotype

  • ‘The show conveys the photographer's fascination with the stereotypically genteel gardens of Europe.’
  • ‘They seem a universe away from the stereotypically massive corporate or government bureaucracy.’
  • ‘He builds on the stereotypically romantic portrayal of French music, yet does it in the subtlest way.’
  • ‘Stereotypically perceptions of an idyllic rural life fail to do justice to the often harsh lives these people have led.’
  • ‘The examples given seem to be heavily weighted towards stereotypically male faults, and correspondingly got a higher percentage of male 'yes' responses.’

Pronunciation

stereotypically

/stɛrɪə(ʊ)ˈtɪpɪk(ə)li/ /stɪərɪə(ʊ)ˈtɪpɪk(ə)i/