SAT Word of the Day


Bigot

(n.) a person who is utterly intolerant of any differing creed, belief, or opinion

(pronounced "BIG-ut")  

  

bigot

Example Sentences:

  • Lawrence was often branded a bigot because he railed against those with different beliefs than his own and refused to consider other points of view as valid.
  • "Don't be a bigot," Sarah admonished Francine. "You should always try to be open-minded and accepting of others."

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