bigot

[ big-uh t ]SEE DEFINITION OF bigot

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The bigot is not he who knows he is right; every sane man knows he is right.

Take him all in all, James was a bigot, a tyrant, a conceited fool.

The rebuke was too just and too pointed not to be felt, even by the bigot who had deserved it.

A word from Madame Pan to Bigot is of more value than a bribe.

Bigot added to the occasion all the prestige of a social rout.

May heaven preserve you, my friend, from the anger of a bigot!

Yet is adored by that bigot, Sir Joseph Wittoll, as the image of valour.

He married Jacintha, and Josephine set them up in Bigot's, (deceased) auberge.

Bigot saw the absurdity of anger, but he felt it, nevertheless.

Bigot was not impenetrable to that low voice so full of pathos and love.

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