Examples of bigotry in a Sentence
a deeply ingrained bigotry prevented her from even considering the counterarguments
Recent Examples of bigotry from the Web
Failing to remove these names from the city’s streets, which run primarily through diverse communities, sends the dispiriting message that racism, hate and bigotry are sadly still tolerated.
Will the Supreme Court rule a wedding cake store has to make a cake for a gay wedding, or is personal religion now a new refuge of bigotry?
Ironically, the bigotry that's evident in all this has been piling on in Facebook discussions and other Internet comments (where the worst of her attackers have taken her past words out of context and maliciously distorted their meaning).
As a Jew in Germanic lands, that turn-of-the-20th-century composer battled bigotry throughout his career.
Qatar hosts al-Qaradawi, and some Qatari citizens own Salafi satellite channels that broadcast religious bigotry across the Middle East.
The issue isn’t going away and the calls to rename Margaret Court Arena after someone who doesn’t practice overt bigotry are only going to amplify.
James wound up with 28 points, 15 rebounds and eight assists a day after dealing with bigotry far away from basketball.
His work is often inflected with a tone of crass, satirical bigotry that leaves him just enough room to declare it all a joke.
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BIGOTRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bigotry for English Language Learners
: bigoted acts or beliefs
BIGOTRY Defined for Kids
Definition of bigotry for Students
: acts or beliefs characteristic of a bigot
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