Examples of bigotry in a Sentence
a deeply ingrained bigotry prevented her from even considering the counterarguments
Recent Examples of bigotry from the Web
There is a real danger that careless rhetoric such as Mr Wray’s will ignite the same kind of bigotry that was once targeted at Japan and serve only to confuse a vital debate about China’s global behaviour.
Seeking new insights into combatting bigotry, several dozen of the women traveled to Georgia, Alabama, and Tennessee in April, visiting sites commemorating the civil rights movement.
Even in the name of charity and $30k/head tables, why is fashion still giving free passes to designers like John Galliano and Stefano Gabbana, suggesting that bigotry is forgettable?
Most found guilty of this kind of bigotry are merely suspended and many are reinstated.
When the language is coming from the mouths of people who are part of an oppressed group, people holding those views will use the oppressed to veil their own bigotry.
Most blacks, Mayor Kenney, and others say the Starbucks incident was bigotry.
The way Curtis Waltman laid out the bigotry experience by Native American teams expelled from the league in his piece illustrated why there needs to be a shift in the reporting of Native American athletics.
Hate and bigotry have no place at The University of Alabama.
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Definition of bigotry for English Language Learners
: bigoted acts or beliefs
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