bigoted

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The spy was devout to the point of bigoted, credulous superstition.

No, no; they are not so bigoted; they are merely uninformed.

Were condemned by a bigoted vicar of Aylesbury, named Berry.

Also I shrank from the bigoted "two-bottle-orthodox," as they were invidiously called.

All but the most bigoted partisans will qualify it as it deserves.

Yet in their religious acts they were often bigoted, intolerant and puerile.

There was toleration for all except the bigoted orthodox Muslims.

She knew that Emil was ashamed of Lou and Oscar, because they were bigoted and self-satisfied.

That was his fault; he was as good and charitable a man as ever lived, but he was bigoted.

He was an intimate friend of John Wilkes, the least bigoted of men.

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