Synonym: racial discrimination, racialism. Similar words: racial, precise, decision, precisely, acid, facies, facility, vivacious. Meaning: ['reɪsɪzm] n. 1. the prejudice that members of one race are intrinsically superior to members of other races 2. discriminatory or abusive behavior towards members of another race.
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1 It is time, once again, to contend with racism.
2 Racism still exists to varying degrees.
3 The central issue is that of widespread racism.
4 Racism exists at all levels of society.
5 He said that racism is endemic in this country.
6 I abhor all forms of racism.
7 The government should give a lead in tackling racism.
8 The authorities are taking steps to combat/fight/tackle racism in schools.
9 I was shocked by the blatant racism of his remarks.
10 She fought against racism all her life and died a martyr to the cause.
11 They are committed to fighting against racism.
12 Racism runs right through society.
13 Racism is still deeply rooted in our society.
14 Racism has been a scar on the game.
15 We oppose racism in all its forms.
16 We have to take a stand against racism.
17 Racism causes political instability and violence.
18 Racism continues to permeate our society.
19 Racism of any kind is abhorrent to me.
20 We are determined to eradicate racism from our sport.
21 The radio station stands accused of racism.
22 I think racism is unconsciously inherent in practically everyone.
23 They took up the struggle against racism.
24 Distrust of foreigners can shade into racism.
25 Distrust of foreigners can shade into racism.WHICH WORD?
26 You're always talking in isms—sexism, ageism,(www.Sentencedict.com) racism.
27 Many immigrants have experienced racism.
28 The colored students held a one-week moratorium on classes to oppose racism.
29 Half a million people held a mass protest against racism last night.
30 The last decade has witnessed a serious rise in the levels of racism and hostility to Black and ethnic groups.
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