Examples of bigotry in a Sentence
a deeply ingrained bigotry prevented her from even considering the counterarguments
Recent Examples of bigotry from the Web
In the first 24 hours of the Muslim ban, two of the defining themes of Donald Trump’s presidency emerged: His determination to stamp anti-Muslim bigotry into national policy, and the key roles of the courts and the public in stopping him.
The 200 nights of marching made people uncomfortable, especially when rock throwing and bigotry did not stop the movement.
The university has acknowledged some of these incidents and President Gregory Crawford established a diversity task force in 2017 to help fight bigotry among Miami students.
An employee of an NFL team who uses bigotry to harass a 21-year-old would, seemingly, be engaged in conduct detrimental.
In one America, a mentally unstable president selected partly by Russia lies daily and stirs up bigotry that tears our social fabric.
Rather, Peterson’s oratory cloaks bigotry in pseudointellectual arguments, revealing a chillingly detached dismissal of civil rights.
And people with bigger bodies face bigotry and fat-phobia on a daily basis: In doctor’s offices, in the workplace, walking down the street.
With her blatant bigotry, its namesake star made that an impossibility.
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Definition of bigotry for English Language Learners
: bigoted acts or beliefs
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