Bigot in a sentence

Use Bigot in a sentence

Bigot ;

Meaning: [noun ] narrow-minded, prejudiced person ;

Hicks’ wife, in distraught statements, denied that her husband was a bigot and said he was obsessed over parking in their apartment complex.

I have always fought for her right to be a bigot and I have the right to counter her bigotry with my own free speech.

In response to that, the New York Daily News ran a cover on Wednesday with the headline “Brady Has No Balls: Refuses to bash bigot buddy Trump.”

“I’ve been called a bigot racist by the left.

Not being a hateful bigot does not create a forcefield preventing you from even the possibility of offensive behavior.

Other activists shouted that Davis is a bigot and told her: “Do your job.”

The difference is that ‘Mockingbird’ suggested that we should have compassion for outsiders like Boo and Tom Robinson, while ‘Watchman’ asks us to have understanding for a bigot named Atticus.”

They’re saying I’m a bigot and have hatred for us, she told The AP in 1977.

You really should look up the meaning of a bigot and a racial argument.