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  • r  in an intolerant manner
  • r  in a narrow-minded manner

  • A member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, he fought down the Ku Klux Klan when it sprouted intolerantly in his district, had the courage in 1928 to stump for Alfred .
  • The American found this ironic, for India's rectitudinous liberals were as intolerantly racist in their attitude toward white men as Daniel Malan is in his dealings with the .
  • In Webster's Dictionary a bigot is defined as "a person obstinately or intolerantly devoted to his or her own opinions and prejudices.

  • Gilad Atzmon in Gulf Daily News
    Atzmon says: "This flock of Western diplomats shouldn't have been participating in an 'anti-racism forum' in the first place. The fact that they have behaved intolerantly proves that they and the governments behind them are the root cause of current...

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