hatemonger hatemonger


  • (n) one who arouses hatred for others


  1. Jerry Falwell was a shameful hatemonger in life, and his son obviously wants to pick up where his father left off.
  2. Jackson dodged one impolite question about his prior relationship with Black Muslim Leader Louis Farrakhan, an intemperate and anti-Semitic hatemonger.
  3. But he lacks the timing and the verbal gifts of a virtuoso hatemonger.


  1. "We're here today to send a message that there is never a reason to give a hatemonger an open stage," New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn said.
    on Sep 24, 2007 By: Christine Quinn Source: FOXNews

  2. ...Fatah, founder of the Muslim Canadian Congress, said that while Naik has a right to speak via satellite, the government's decision to ban him from Canada "highlights the fact that this man is a hatemonger."
    on Jun 29, 2010 By: Tarek Fatah Source: Vancouver Sun

  3. When asked about accusations she was bringing hatemongering to Calgary, Coulter replied, "Hatemonger? Thought I might fly a plane into a building," adding police didn't overreact in cancelling her appearance in Ottawa.
    on Mar 24, 2010 By: Ann Coulter Source: Toronto Sun

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