bigoted bigoted  /ˈbɪ ɡə tɪd/


  • (adj) blindly and obstinately attached to some creed or opinion and intolerant toward others


  1. There's the irony, for instance, of the fact that Bojanowski's son is apparently the product what some equally bigoted people would also think of as a mixed marriage.
  2. By any measure, it was a graceless move to characterize an entire demographic group--and vital voting bloc--as irrational and bigoted.
  3. Beyond that, the system requires a degree of ethnic profiling that would be viewed here as bigoted.


  • Out in the Tropics has evolved along with gay rights

    Once a bigoted epithet, “queer” was reclaimed by the gay-rights movement as a proudly defiant self-description. But theater artist Taylor Mac, who will perform in the annual Out in the Tropics festival this week, prefers another definition: “Someone who was ostracized by society at an early age to such a degree they could never ostracize anyone else.”
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Miami Herald


  1. "Her suggestion that Israelis should go back to Poland and Germany is bigoted and shows a profound ignorance of history," Foxman said.
    on Jun 8, 2010 By: Abraham Foxman Source: Vancouver Sun

  2. Asked what Ms. Duffy had said to upset him, Mr. Brown told the aide: "Everything. She's just a sort of bigoted woman."
    on Apr 28, 2010 By: Gordon Brown Source: Globe and Mail

  3. New York Gov. George Pataki called Churchill a "bigoted terrorist supporter."
    on Feb 8, 2005 By: George Pataki Source: USA Today

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