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bigoted

[big-uh-tid] /ˈbɪg ə tɪd/
adjective
1.
utterly intolerant of any creed, belief, or opinion that differs from one's own.
Origin
1635-1645
1635-45; bigot + -ed3
Related forms
bigotedly, adverb
nonbigoted, adjective
nonbigotedly, adverb
unbigoted, adjective
Synonyms
See intolerant.
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Examples from the web for bigoted
  • Spend a day in a third-world country and the answer will smash your narrow minded bigoted views.
  • Not only is it wrong, it's narrow minded and bigoted.
  • He was the same talented, nasty, bigoted blowhard then that he is today.
  • Then you spewed your bigoted notions out for the rest of us to read.
  • The actions of a couple of overzealous or bigoted policemen should not be taken as representative.
  • May sound simple minded and bigoted to you, but it is a statement of fact.
  • Maybe if you keep typing your bigoted comments everywhere you can, you might start to believe them yourself.
  • Redneck is a bigoted and divisive expression that has long been used to denigrate the southern white poor.
  • Your view of non-believers living a hedonistic, all-brakes-off lifestyle is too absurdist and bigoted to deserve further comment.
  • We do call televangelists bigots, but only when they say or do bigoted things, which was not stated.
Word Origin and History for bigoted
adj.

1640s, from bigot (q.v.).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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