from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who incites others to hatred or prejudice.
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- n. A person who encourages hatred towards a person or group of people.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. one who arouses hatred for others by speech or writing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. one who arouses hatred for others
If things continue along the present path, the not so distant future will have me labelled a hatemonger and facing prison time at the very least.
For her troubles, Ms. Bachmann was called a "hatemonger" -- and worse.
Why is it that a hatemonger is a spreader of hate?
He's been called a hatemonger and an anti-Semite, anti-American.
He's been called a hatemonger, an anti-Semite, an anti-American, but believe it or not, he's the keynote speaker at Columbia University, and Columbia University receiving a lot of heat for the fact that they have welcomed the Iranian president to step up and speak at the mike.
A lot of people say, "Oh, gee, I ` m going to be called a hatemonger, a racist that wants to just kill a bunch of Guatemalans."
Now, as much as I just delight in being called a hatemonger, I can guarantee that I ` m going to be called one after you hear the point tonight, and here it is.
I've been called a hatemonger for believing that Bush should be impeached.
If talking to someone from Port Huron was not possible, she said, "I'll go over to Times Herald and I'll take a gun like the guy did at Fort Hood that hasn't been called a hatemonger like they called us in the paper."
He said he did so despite not having a good relationship with the man, who has been described as a hatemonger and white supremacist who published numerous rants on race online.