Examples of bigot in a Sentence
- "It's scandalous," he said, in the tones once used by Colonel Blimp, Britain's best-loved bigot, who adorned the pages of the Evening Standard throughout the 1930s. —Nicholas Fraser, Harper's, September 1996
- A bigot is a hater, she said. A bigot hates Catholics. A bigot hates Jews. … It's no sin to be poor, she said. It is a sin to be a bigot. Don't ever be one of them. —Pete Hamill, A Drinking Life, 1994
- One had always to be mindful, moreover, that being a black scholar did not exempt one from the humiliations and indignities that a society with more than its share of bigots can heap upon a black person, regardless of education … —John Hope Franklin, "John Hope Franklin: A Life of Learning," 1988, in Race and History, 1989
He was labeled a bigot after making some offensive comments.
an incorrigible bigot who hasn't entertained a new thought in years
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One of them, Mayweather, is a serial abuser of women and the other, McGregor, is a bigot.
Bigots join the Klan, kill black people, and redline black neighborhoods.
But unlike the bigots of today, Jefferson evolved to believe that slavery was a moral injustice that would one day destroy the nation.
Bunker was a loud-mouthed bigot who, despite fiery rhetoric, was still a memorable and beloved TV character, and has often been compared to Trump and the president’s loudest supporters.
Instead, while the population’s views are becoming more and more progressive, our governments are pandering to a handful of bigots.
The piece culminated with a call to show indifference to the lives of bigots.
The Islamic society has said in court papers that it was targeted by bigots as the lengthy public hearing process played out.
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Origin and Etymology of bigot
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: a person who strongly and unfairly dislikes other people, ideas, etc. : a bigoted person; especially : a person who hates or refuses to accept the members of a particular group (such as a racial or religious group)
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