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(2) He was known to be a loud-mouthed, opinionated bigot.
(3) His words stamped him to be a bigot.
(4) Critics say the mayor is a bigot who is inflaming racial tensions in his city.
(5) He once called liberalism a form of bigotry, but he did not particularly mind being called a bigot himself. Sentencedict.com
(6) A bigot is a stone - deaf orator.
(7) A bigot is a stone - leaf orator.
(8) A 36) bigot is a stone-deaf 37) orator.
(9) Bigot: you beat them unconscious with the parachute.
(10) To include such a homophobe and bigot in a children's book takes courage.
(11) So you only act like a bigot and a sexist pig around me?
(12) Henry was more than a bigot. He was also a hypocrite.
(13) Chuck is short for Charlie, and Charlie is the old code name for a down-home white bigot.
(14) Pretty soon everyone in his dorm labels him as an intolerant bigot.
(15) An Analysis on the Three Categories of Images " Hooligan " ,'secular " and " Bigot "
(16) If someone refers to a persons race it isn; t always because they are being a bigot.
(17) And when you try to impose them on others, you make yourself into a bully, a boring nag, or a self-righteous bigot.
(18) If someone refers a persons race it isn; t always because they are being a bigot.
(19) And when you try to impose them on others, you make yourself aaa self - righteous bigot.
(20) And in their idealistic single-mindedness, they can wind up unintentionally portraying society's have-nots as monochromatically as a bigot might.
(21) For all his overmastering zeal , Bernard was by nature neither a bigot nor a persecutor.