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Obstinately or unreasonably attached to a belief, opinion, or faction, and intolerant towards other people's beliefs and practices:‘a bigoted group of reactionaries’‘a bigoted article’
prejudiced, biased, partial, one-sided, sectarian, discriminatoryintolerant, narrow-minded, blinkered, illiberal, inflexible, uncompromising, fanatical, dogmatic, opinionatedracist, racialist, sexist, heterosexist, homophobic, anti-gay, chauvinistic, chauvinist, anti-semitic, jingoisticjaundiced, warped, twisted, distortedparti prisView synonyms
- ‘This is neither bigoted or sectarian, it is simply a fact.’
- ‘Growing up gay in an environment where people were homophobic and bigoted actually got me to where I am, and I recognize that I am really great.’
- ‘But sometimes people's beliefs are relevant and it's not prejudiced or bigoted to remember this.’
- ‘Nowadays it is often argued that freedom of speech does not extend to the right to be offensive, bigoted or racist.’
- ‘When bigoted, sexist cop Matt Dillon rescues Thandie Newton from that blazing car, he primly pulls down her skirt as he yanks her out.’
- ‘Anyone who disagrees with this philosophy is bigoted, biased, sexist, and/or closed-minded.’
- ‘If only they could show the same resolve when it comes to preventing the anti-social behaviour of sectarian marches and bigoted football fans singing.’
- ‘It's a difficult criticism to voice, too, because it immediately sounds bigoted or racist.’
- ‘You're not supposed to show yourself to be at all prejudiced or bigoted.’
- ‘In walks your relocation consultant with a clip file, revealing an intolerant, homophobic, bigoted county commission.’
- ‘‘So many of the mariners of his day were extremely bigoted and prejudiced,’ he says.’
- ‘He attacks him as racist and bigoted; not a trace of evidence in the public record supports these charges.’
- ‘In her opinion, he was arrogant and bigoted and she could not stand him.’
- ‘He was not a harmless old drunk, but a bigoted, racist reactionary who made a fortune from the oil industry.’
- ‘After long enough, you just roll over and accept the fact that you're a sexist, bigoted, insensitive, crude, cretin.’
- ‘He was never racist or bigoted irrespective of colour, culture, religion or social standing.’
- ‘But sometimes people's beliefs are sometimes relevant, and it's not prejudiced or bigoted to remember this.’
- ‘It would be wrong, though, to portray Winning as simply a bigoted reactionary.’
- ‘All who protest at such matters are labelled ‘homophobic’ and mocked as narrow-minded, bigoted and censorious.’
- ‘The truth is they represent the interests of a bigoted, rich and reactionary rabble.’
- ‘How about they introduce a bigoted, racist old muppet, with bad hair and a temper problem?’
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