from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Being or characteristic of a bigot.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Having the character of a bigot; obstinately and blindly wedded to a particular creed, opinion, practice, or ritual; unreasonably and intolerantly devoted to a system of belief, an opinion, or a party. Also rarely spelled
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Obstinately and blindly attached to some creed, opinion practice, or ritual; unreasonably devoted to a system or party, and illiberal toward the opinions of others.
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- adjective Being a
bigot; biased; strongly prejudiced; forming opinions without just cause.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective blindly and obstinately attached to some creed or opinion and intolerant toward others
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Ambassador Eduardo Medina Mora Icaza complained in a letter to the BBC that Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May used what he described as bigoted stereotypes against Mexicans in a Sunday broadcast.
These Republican diehards must be deaf, dumb, blind and definitely ignorant and biased, as in bigoted, to be defending the exposed "wolfs in sheep's clothing".
And further, because the libertarian approach overvalues the right to engage in bigoted discrimination in economic transactions and undervalues the interests of blacks in being free from private discrimination.
Dilan Esper: And further, because the libertarian approach overvalues the right to engage in bigoted discrimination in economic transactions and undervalues the interests of blacks in being free from private discrimination.
Their religion, to which they are extremely bigoted, is another great bar, as well to industry as population: their numerous festivals inure them to idleness; their religious houses rob the state of many subjects who might be highly useful at present, and at the same time retard the increase of the colony.
Oh dear, he called a bigoted woman a bigoted woman.
"Dixie" standing in front of Confederate flags in Columbia, S.C. His audience: a secessionist group and others called bigoted hate groups by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
I’m not sure why you’d assume it would be far-fetched to me. i also never used the word bigoted, though i would gladly apply it to someone who believes their traditions are more important than the equal rights of all canadians.
The one on PBS.org, which even you probably don't call bigoted, is particularly relevant to Jewish folks who might be confused about Islam's position on them.
At most, Barbour's misstep in his recent Weekly Standard interview could be described as bigoted - but, the jury is out on "racist" until we see the data.