Synonym: dogmatism. Similar words: protracted, protruding, vigour, vigor, dig out, vertigo, vigorous, rigorous. Meaning: ['bɪgətrɪ] n. the intolerance and prejudice of a bigot.
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2) We must stand out against bigotry.
3) A cancer of bigotry spread through the community.
4) She tried to dissociate herself from the bigotry in her past.
5) The newspaper condemned the former mayor's bigotry toward gays.
6) Throughout the 1920s and 1930s,(http://sentencedict.com/bigotry.html) racism and bigotry intensified.
7) Funding church schools is foolishly promoting bigotry and intolerance.
8) Gay people face a constant struggle against bigotry.
9) But voting patterns do not necessarily reflect bigotry.
10) Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot of acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one's lifetime. Mark Twain
11) Teach your children to recognize bigotry and not be a part of it.
12) Smearing and bigotry, as well as unfair and unjust pronouncements are constitutionally protected in America. Dr T.P.Chia
13) Such fears and bigotry have remained on the sidelines this year, as the collapse of Pat Buchanan's campaign happily demonstrates.
14) Walls of suspicion, distrust and bigotry are beginning to rise again.
15) He once called liberalism a form of bigotry, but he did not particularly mind being called a bigot himself.
16) He deplored religious bigotry.
17) But what of the impact of overt bigotry and intergroup conflict on individual students?
18) Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.
19) He found his teacher's bigotry intolerable.
20) We can smile, yet at the same time feel the sting of such a recognition of discrimination, intolerance and bigotry.
21) People who oppose religion on the grounds of its intolerance and bigotry think that the risks are very high.
22) The best he can manage with this script is a sense of loony bigotry.
23) Every one of us has a responsibility to speak out against racism, bigotry and hate.
24) The statements quoted above were for the most part not coarse or vulgar, but just loaded with bigotry.
25) Moma is a monument to the creative value of bigotry.
26) In recent years, the notion of neighborhood schools has been perverted by bigotry and racism.
27) But there are other sides to Chicago neighborhoods suspicion of outsiders, intolerance toward the unconventional, bigotry, and bullying.
28) As for them encouraging sectarianism, his letter is a nonpareil in its bigotry and insensitivity.
29) The appeal punched the right buttons and played to the latent bigotry and fears in many whites.
30) Despite the breakneck advancement of women on one level, traditionally sexist assumptions and time-honored bigotry remain enshrined on another.
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