Similar words: anti-semitism, antiseptic, chastisement, elitism, advertisement, parasitism, antiskid, antisocial. Meaning: n. the intense dislike for and prejudice against Jewish people.
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1. Nazi anti-Semitism forced him to emigrate to the USA.
2. The ghost of anti-Semitism still haunts Europe.
3. Germany has shown real determination to come to terms with the anti-Semitism of its past.
4. A wooden sculpture titled "Abraham" reeked of anti-Semitism.
5. Yet the new antisemitism went further.
6. The documents betray a deep anti-Semitism in the country.
7. His editorial polemics, however(http://sentencedict.com/antisemitism.html), were jaundiced by anti-Semitism.
8. The experience supposedly deepened his already visceral anti-Semitism.
9. Once again charges of anti-semitism are reverberating through the Alps.
10. The participants, mostly black males, were criticized for following Farrakhan, who has been accused of anti-Semitism.
11. The plagues of aggressive nationalism, racism, chauvinism, xenophobia, anti-semitism and ethnic tension are still widespread.
12. During the 1930s, as anti-Semitism became an organized mass-movement, the league diversified.
13. The anti-Semitism that he there encountered made him more conscious of the Jewishness that had not been particularly important to him before.
14. A canard of anti-Semitism is that there is a secret group of powerful Jews running the country.
15. At this point, I should like to clarify a question or two which the reader may find puzzling[sentencedict.com], such as anti-semitism.
16. Karlin relates the oppressive anti-Semitism his forebears endured in a vague, almost elliptical style with dips into the stream of consciousness.
17. Moreover Pound's anti-Semitism, later so notorious, certainly casts a sinister light on his readiness to broach these issues.
18. This more sophisticated and rationally expressed conspiracy theory of anti-semitism was combined with gutter racist anti-semitic abuse in its publications.
19. From that time, his anti-Semitism grew so shrill and scurrilous that its virulence still makes one wince.
20. Japanese antisemitism is a particularly interesting case.
21. Emotional antisemitism, he wrote, merely ended in pogroms.
22. Antisemitism belongs to this series, alongside other forms of racism, sexism, homophobia, etc.
23. But, unlike European or Russian antisemitism, the Asian variety has no religious roots.
24. Their own antisemitism has caused this vast crime to bounce off their consciousness.
25. Antisemitism, support for Nazi Germany, portrayals of their enemies as sub-men or as effeminate were all features of BUF policy and rhetoric.
26. Antisemitism arrived with a whole package of European race theories that have persisted in Asia long after they fell out of fashion in the west.
27. Our grandparents saw, if not the end of antisemitism then at least an end of it being an acceptable part of mainstream discourse.
28. Le Pen's outburst illustrates just how curious is this retention of antisemitism.
29. Nationalism, in the extended sense in which I am using the word, includes such movements and tendencies as Communism, political Catholicism, Zionism, Antisemitism, Trotskyism and Pacifism.
30. Now is the time for homophobic legislation and talk to be seen for what it is: as shocking as racism, as unforgivable as antisemitism.
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