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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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This country needs to rise up against these intolerant, ignorant liberal bigots and put them in their place.
The pursuit of those bigots and their banishment from a football environment must never cease.
The Ukip leader said the party's secretary, Matthew Richardson, had been joking over a drink in a pub when he said there are "hundreds of thousands of bigots" in the UK who deserved representation.
The Ukip leader said the party's secretary Matthew Richardson had been joking over a drink in a pub when he said there are "hundreds of thousands of bigots" in the UK who deserved representation.
The common man can see bigots lack reason--a serious problem for bigots.
The people who publicly support this vote whilst in private condemning it are the cowards and real bigots and it is a good thing to find a politician willing to risk their career for principle.
In his letter he states that the foster children in Rotherham were taken away by 'left wing racists and bigots' so can he give us any concrete proof that the social worker involved is a Labour member or supporter?
NICK Clegg was left red-faced last night after being forced to withdraw comments in which he branded opponents of gay marriage "bigots".
And it is sad to have to see the anti-gay religious bigots listed in Bob Minor's column (Minor Details).
I don't know about these bigots bringing the teachers out on strike.
Y Nicht so schwer wie Hamburg oder Dresden Father forgive The men's hands grasp in friendship, not in war And the Englishman knows The boy in the field would be proud of his son And the men pray together Father forgive And 70 years on, still the bigots And the bigots who call them bigots Continue to fight it out And another boy, a refugee, sees his city burn Father forgive For my city, Coventry, and in memory of my father Ernie Rafferty, 1930-2001.
And in the extreme, those who cling to unreasonable views are bigots. Elsewhere in the Dreher interview, Gallagher states: "Same-sex marriage is founded on a lie about human nature: 'there is no difference between same-sex and opposite sex unions and you are a bigot if you disagree." Indeed, Gallagher uses the term "bigot" and its cognates no fewer than five times in the short interview.