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  • adv. In a bigoted manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In the manner of a bigot.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a bigoted manner; with irrational zeal.


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bigoted +‎ -ly


  • Godless by American standards, the soulless corporations and GOP agentry are the clear and present danger, while they ridiculously and bigotedly purport Islam as a threat to hide behind.

    Stephen Herrington: There's No Difference Between Democrats and Republicans

  • Werner Reinhart, who was on equally good terms with Stravinsky and Schoenberg (but bigotedly in the case of Schoenberg, as Mr. Taruskin's quotation exposes), may have been responsible, if inadvertently, since he seems to have gone back and forth between the composers.

    'Jews and Geniuses': An Exchange

  • Greek spirit, Time persists in being bigotedly Greek.

    O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1920

  • French poets, almost bigotedly French: and French classical art had no more fervent disciples than these Anglo-Saxons and Flemings and Greeks.

    Jean Christophe: in Paris The Market-Place, Antoinette, the House

  • Hypocrisy is at its worst; for we not only persecute bigotedly but sincerely in the name of the cure-mongering witchcraft we do believe in, but callously and hypocritically in the name of the Evangelical creed that our rulers privately smile at as the Italian patricians of the fifth century smiled at Jupiter and Venus.

    The Revolutionist’s Handbook

  • Upon his return to Medina the Thakishites, having been blockaded in the Taif by the Mussulman tribes, sent deputies offering to embrace Islamism, upon condition of being allowed to retain a little longer an idol to which their people were bigotedly attached.

    The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 04

  • Of course it is not hard to think well of a king if you are under him, just as it is not hard to think ill of him if you are not under him; but there is no use being bigotedly republican when there is nothing to be got by it, and I own the fact that his subjects like him willingly.

    Seven English Cities

  • "Ah, then you are not bigotedly attached to that of your employer -- like some of your fraternity with whom I have conversed?"

    Under the Waves Diving in Deep Waters

  • Yet still the Southern Conspirators -- whose forces, both in Congress and out, were now well-disciplined, compacted, solidified, experienced, and bigotedly enthusiastic and overbearing -- were not satisfied.

    The Great Conspiracy, Complete

  • The profuse Tory creations of half a century had made the House of Lords bigotedly Tory before the first Reform Act, but it is wonderfully mitigated now.

    The English Constitution


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