[ an-tee-sem-ahyt, an-tahy- or, esp. British, -see-mahyt ]
SEE DEFINITION OF anti-semites
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Again, people will say that I am furnishing the Anti-Semites with weapons.

It had an overwhelming majority of reactionaries and anti-Semites.

Polish anti-Semites proclaimed the slogan "Do not buy from Jews!"

The anti-Semites shrieked with rage against Judas, the "traitor."

Fifteen other anti-Semites, all of the Ahlwardtian school, were elected.

The Anti-Semites gained in numbers, though not in reputation.

In this way a formidable body of public opinion was recruited for the anti-Semites.

Duels between Jews and anti-Semites, many of them fatal, became of daily occurrence.

Thus one of the first complaints of the anti-Semites was that the Jews were becoming masters of the soil.

The elections resulted in the return of fifteen anti-Semites to the Reichsrath, chiefly from Vienna.