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

one who kindles hatred, enmity, or prejudice in others.
hate′mon`ger•ing, n.
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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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President Donald Trump appears to his critics as a hatemonger, while Trump's defenders, rather than claiming the president hates wisely and well, accuse critics and Democrats of being hateful themselves.
The hatemonger monk will rupture the social fabric of the Sri Lankan society if the state turns blind eyes towards his past and present actions that are nothing but constant efforts of instigating hate crimes against Muslims.
As Modi began his poll campaign last week, the BJP believes that the prime minister alone can lead it to a victory once again, despite opposition claims that he is a demagogue and a 'hatemonger'.
One man, offended by that mug, sent her a nasty message, calling her a "hatemonger" and warning her not to set foot in Naperville.
The metamorphosis of a Jewish supremacist David Mizrahi, once a vocal anti-Arab hatemonger, made amends in a heartfelt Facebook post.
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. Like the Pat Buchanans and Lou Dobbs of the world, he has a large platform, talent for exploiting the racist side of populism, and an all-consuming desire for attention.
First, let me say "Hooray" to the British government for refusing to allow this hatemonger into their country.
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.
In this fashion, a political activist who promotes conservative and traditionalist positions runs the risk "of being ritually defamed as a 'neoNazi' or a 'hatemonger' -- two categories that can have profound consequences for the victim," warns Wilcox.
A lot of people worry these days about the death of civil discourse, and would say that I ought not call the Pope a homicidal liar, nor (to be ecumenical about it) the orthodox rabbinate homicidal liars, nor Trent Lott a disgusting opportunistic hatemonger. But I worry a lot less about the death of civil discourse than I worry about being killed if, visiting the wrong town with my boyfriend, we forget ourselves so much as to betray, at the wrong moment in front of the wrong people, that we love one another.
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.