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noun as in intolerant, prejudiced person

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The court’s progressive justices being forced to compromise with bigots to avoid an even more disastrous outcome is a sign of how far we have fallen in just the few short years since the court made marriage equality the law of the land.

He also produced four witnesses saying Fuhrman had used the word, although many of his colleagues past and present told reporters he was not the bigot he was being portrayed as.

I make it a point not to hang out with bigots, but I still wasn’t sure who would be able to love and support me and fully embrace my identity.

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The fixation on China, the punchlines about the “Wuhan virus” or “kung flu,” are emboldening bigots, they said.

Let’s tell the truth about these hypocritical bigots in death as many of us did in life.

Unfortunately, popular understandings of the bigot remain anchored in an earlier time.

Critics of the bigot should begin placing a bit less emphasis on what he says or feels than what he actually does.

Not every bigot is a conservative and not every conservative is a bigot.

The bigot now employs camouflage in translating his prejudices into reality.

The bigot today is often unaware either that he has prejudices or that he is indulging them.

A good man, and a scholar of rare erudition, he possessed nevertheless the true temper of a bigot.

A religious bigot at the head of an empire, is one of the greatest scourges which Heaven in its fury could have sent upon earth.

The scholarship of the critical philosopher everywhere overbears the prejudice of the Christian bigot.

He is a furious bigot, and perfectly ignorant and regardless of the first principles of religion.

And suddenly a voice is heard in the darkness; terribly he did cry; a whale, the thinnest of them all, has there spit out a bigot.


On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bigot, such as: dogmatist, extremist, fanatic, true believer, zealot, and partisan.

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