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bigot

noun die-hard, doctrinaire, dogmatic theorist, dogmatist, dogmatizer, energumen, extremist, fanatic, infatuate, intolerant, ipse dixit, know-all, know-it-all, monomaniac, opinionated person, opinionist, persecutor, ranter, redneck, rigorist, stickler, stubborn person, zealot
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To call such persons bigots is not merely inaccurate; it's a conversation-stopper.
Ernie Fletcher is a Republican, an ordained Baptist minister, a bigot, and a liar.
In 2001, Harari courageously canceled an international Holocaust deniers' conference, scheduled for Beirut and organized by Jorgen Graf, a professional bigot who fled Switzerland to Tehran after being sentenced to jail for defaming the memory of Hitler's victims.
For all their protests and naivete, the best and the brightest are most often the greatest bigots.
In this case the job is finding the black man who is shooting skinhead bigots.
It apparently is still acceptable in the pages of Artforum to cast the people of the South as a bunch of "nigger lips"-uttering bigots.
FOOTBALL bigots are lining up another sectarian hate campaign against death threat Celtic star Neil Lennon, Sunday People can revea.
The doctrine which from the very first origin of religious dissensions has been held by bigots of all sects, when condensed into a few words and stripped of rhetorical disguise, is simply this: I am in the right, and you are in the wrong," he observed in one essay.
Sometimes, it is almost like the fixed disk bigots (trying to wipe out tape) are beginning to sound like the "optical bigots of old.
Every day was an adventure, and it all came to a climax one Sunday afternoon on the road when the bigots in the stands joined the bigots in the field in a vicious verbal assault on the second baseman.
One after another, people took the megaphone to decry this horrible act of violence, to recount their own experiences of being harassed, or to tell of a friend or loved one who had been beaten by bigots.
Failure to exercise that authority in recruitment, training, supervision, and policies of accountability threatens to place the police, law enforcement agencies, and the public in jeopardy time and again from the bigots of the world.