bigotry

[ big-uh-tree ]SEE DEFINITION OF bigotry

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But infidelity and bigotry are frequently next-door neighbours.

When the schoolteacher's turn shall come, then let tyranny and bigotry beware.

True, bigotry barked there too, but culture went on its serene course.

But that passion is consistent with narrowness, bigotry, inhumanity.

There's a thousand years of prejudice and bigotry concentrated in you.

There was but too much of bigotry and persecution on both sides.

His bigotry was, at this moment, disturbed by a visitation of that kind.

You are infected with the bigotry and prejudices of the Anti-slavery advocates.

His religion was hypocrisy, superstition, revenge and bigotry.

Before such a life of toil and prayer, no bigotry could stand.

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