[ UK /bˈɪɡətɪd/ ]
[ US /ˈbɪɡətɪd/ ]
  1. blindly and obstinately attached to some creed or opinion and intolerant toward others
    a bigoted person
    an outrageously bigoted point of view
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How To Use bigoted In A Sentence

  • He was not a harmless old drunk, but a bigoted, racist reactionary who made a fortune from the oil industry.
  • He was never racist or bigoted irrespective of colour, culture, religion or social standing.
  • an outrageously bigoted point of view
  • The decision not to allow disabled athletes to take part was seen as petty and bigoted.
  • The only reason he gets interviewed is because he is counted on for outrageous, false, incendiary, bigoted and otherwise ignorant comments. Think Progress » Conservative Catholic League President Bill Donohue Defends Beck: Many Of His Critics Are ‘Phonies’
  • When bigoted, sexist cop Matt Dillon rescues Thandie Newton from that blazing car, he primly pulls down her skirt as he yanks her out.
  • He attacks him as racist and bigoted; not a trace of evidence in the public record supports these charges.
  • a bigoted person
  • Immigrant workers, easy scapegoats for the newly reunited country's economic ills, have been the latest victims of bigoted violence.
  • In the moment that he stood and wept, he knew many of the values his father had instilled in him were wrong, class-ridden and bigoted. SEA MUSIC
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