Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to the Anti-Semites.
- adj. relating to or characterized by anti-Semitism; hating Jews
“A live interview on Tuesday with the syndicated Alex Jones radio show, however, was the last straw, as Mr. Sheen launched a torrent of vitriol at Mr. Lorre--who also created "The Big Bang Theory," "'Dharma & Greg" and "Cybill"--that some have characterized as anti-semitic.”
“The Harper government has in the past occasionally chosen to make very public statements with boycotts at the UN, like walking out on Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's speech to the General Assembly in 2009 or staying away from the UN-sponsored world conference on racism, which Ottawa called anti-semitic.”
“The furore surrounding the sleeve of the Lord Horror record, with its fake Prince Charles quotes and other unspeakable anti-semitic rants attributed to nasty Savoy characters, seems to say that punk never went far enough.”
“Tell me, Moisheh, how many "Red Necked Americans" spewing anti-semitic filth have you encountered in your town or travels that are of sufficient number to warrant your disparaging an entire substrata of U.S. culture so heedlessly.”
“An insider tells Us Weekly that Jesse isn't anti-semitic, saying, The swastika deal is to scare people.”
“And me just saying these things - someone, somewhere would label me anti-semitic.”
“No, I don't mean The Beaver and anti-semitic, racist, woman-hitter Mel Gibson.”
“I was disturbed, but not surprised, to read a large number of truly nasty anti-semitic diatribes among the postings, filled with the kind of attitudes and ignorance I thought had long been laid to rest, at least by rational people.”
“The popular viewpoint is that he was anti-semitic.”
“What it is: The latest from acclaimed French filmmaker Andre Techine ( "My Favorite Season"), "The Girl on the Train" is a drama based on a true story about a young woman (Emile Dequenne) who lies about being a victim of an anti-semitic attack.”
Looking for tweets for anti-semitic.