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  • Bigotry is an odd thing.
  • To be bigoted you have to be absolutely sure that you are right and nothing makes that surety and righteousness like continence.
  • He had gotten to be as bigoted and hidebound about his politics as a hard-shelled Baptist and phrases like enemies of the people came into his mind without his much criticizing them in any way.
  • Maria was very hard on his bigotry.

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  • It’s a difficult subject due to her bigotry.
  • Thus, cases of injustice, and oppression, and tyranny, and the most extravagant bigotry, are in constant occurrence among us every day.
    Charles Dickens  --  The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby

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