meaning of bigotry

bigotry meaning in General Dictionary

their state of brain of a bigot obstinate and unreasoning accessory of ones own belief and opinions with narrow minded intolerance of opinions against them

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  • the attitude and prejudice of a bigot
  • their state of brain of a bigot; obstinate and unreasoning accessory of your respective own belief and viewpoints, with narrow-minded attitude of thinking against all of them.
  • The rehearse or principles of a bigot.

bigotry meaning in Etymology Dictionary

1670s, from French bigoterie "sanctimoniousness," from bigot (see bigot).


bigotry meaning in General Dictionary

(n.) Their state of head of a bigot; obstinate and unreasoning accessory of your very own belief and viewpoints, with narrow-minded attitude of beliefs against all of them.

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  • (n.) The training or tenets of a bigot.

Sentence Examples with the word bigotry

To this the Power underAlmorvides, who were Berbers and were largely the Aimora- mingled with pure negroes, added a dull bigotry and a hatred of thought and knowledge from which the Arab, anarchical and politically incapable as he was, was free.

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