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 (hāt′mŭng′gər, -mŏng′-)
One who incites others to hatred or prejudice.


(ˈheɪtˌmʌŋ gər, -ˌmɒŋ-)

one who kindles hatred, enmity, or prejudice in others.
hate′mon`ger•ing, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hatemonger - one who arouses hatred for others
depreciator, detractor, disparager, knocker - one who disparages or belittles the worth of something


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Last month, Democratic congressman Danny Davis called Louis Farrakhan "an outstanding human being," and defended his longtime ties to the man who has been labeled a hatemonger by the Anti-Defamation League and Southern Poverty Law Center.
Rehman Malik said that Narendra Modi is man of criminal nature and hatemonger who has banned even the use of word 'human rights' in his country but I appeal to the International Human Rights organizations to move against Narendra Modi to stop brutalities in Kashmir.
The metamorphosis of a Jewish supremacist David Mizrahi, once a vocal anti-Arab hatemonger, made amends in a heartfelt Facebook post.
Hatemonger Choudary managed to stay within the law for more than a decade but swore allegiance to IS in 2014 after leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi declared a caliphate.
He's a wall builder and a hatemonger in a world that desperately needs to tear down walls and end hatred for our very survival.
Absence of interfaith dialogue is granting a blanket permission to hatemonger to pollute the milieu of global, political and civic discourses.
Bin Laden's death means that hatemonger Anwar-al-Awlaki, who runs the Yemeni arm of the terror group, will take over.
It's tempting to write off Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio as just another right-wing hatemonger.
Hatemonger extraordinaire Fred Phelps, of "God Hates Fags" infamy, was banned from entering the U.
First, let me say "Hooray" to the British government for refusing to allow this hatemonger into their country.
Some hatemonger sent me an e-mail warning that Barack Obama, if elected president, would place his hand on a Koran when sworn into office.
Interspersed among the 20,000 titles at Record Breakers, an independent music store in northwest suburban Hoffman Estates, are albums by bands with names like Hatemonger and Final Solution.