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big·ot·ed

 (bĭg′ə-tĭd)
adj.
Being or characteristic of a bigot: a bigoted person; an outrageously bigoted viewpoint.

big′ot·ed·ly adv.

big•ot•ed

(ˈbɪg ə tɪd)

adj.
extremely intolerant of another's creed, belief, or opinion.
[1635–45]
big′ot•ed•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bigoted - blindly and obstinately attached to some creed or opinion and intolerant toward others; "a bigoted person"; "an outrageously bigoted point of view"
intolerant - unwilling to tolerate difference of opinion

bigoted

bigoted

adjective
Not tolerant of the beliefs or opinions of others, for example:
Translations
شَديد التَّعَصُّب لِرأي ، مُتَزَمِّت
bigotnífanatický
snævertsynet
bigott
hleypidómafullur, òröngsÿnn
bigotný

bigoted

[ˈbɪgətɪd] ADJintolerante

bigoted

[ˈbɪgətɪd] adj [racist, homophobic] → fanatique; [attitude, prejudice] → fanatique

bigoted

adj, bigotedly
adveifernd; (Rel) → bigott

bigoted

[ˈbɪgətɪd] adj (pej) → fazioso/a

bigot

(ˈbigət) noun
a person who constantly and stubbornly holds a particular point of view etc. a religious bigot.
ˈbigoted adjective
ˈbigotry noun
bigoted attitude or behaviour.
References in classic literature ?
Well, well, ma'am,' said the Doctor cheerfully, 'I am not bigoted to my plans, and I can overturn them myself.
Conrade was better acquainted (perhaps by practice) with the jargon of gallantry, than was his Superior; and he expounded the passage which embarrassed the Grand Master, to be a sort of language used by worldly men towards those whom they loved par amours; but the explanation did not satisfy the bigoted Beaumanoir.
Yet there are people so bigoted to antiquity, as not to pay any regard to the relation of travellers who have been upon the spot, and by the evidence of their eyes can confute all that the ancients have written.
Invited and urged by the open-hearted and truly benevolent people who had given them an asylum from the persecution of their own kindred to form their settlement within the territories then under their jurisdiction, the love of their country predominated over every influence save that of conscience alone, and they preferred the precarious chance of relaxation from the bigoted rigor of the English Government to the certain liberality and alluring offers of the Hollanders.
The most bigoted idolizers of State authority have not thus far shown a disposition to deny the national judiciary the cognizances of maritime causes.
James II, the bigoted successor of Charles the Voluptuous, had annulled the charters of all the colonies, and sent a harsh and unprincipled soldier to take away our liberties and endanger our religion.
Certainly," answered the governess, when she found the young man hesitated about proceeding, "certainly; I am not so bigoted, or so blind, as to wish to deny that the American ladies are very handsome-- handsomer, as a whole, than those of my own country.
I have but one more thing to add in connection with this subject--those things which I have stated as facts will remain facts, in spite of whatever the bigoted or incredulous may say or write against them.
To such as are not bigoted, and are willing to be convinced, they carry a conviction that nothing can ever shake.
I should have abandoned the facts and made her a nagging, tiresome woman, or else a bigoted one with no sympathy for the claims of the spirit.
It was no longer the voice of the bald man; it was the voice of a woman, bigoted and malicious.
She knew how to read the people who were passing her; there were the rich who were running to and from each others' houses at this hour; there were the bigoted workers driving in a straight line to their offices; there were the poor who were unhappy and rightly malignant.