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Definition of "anti-semitic" []

  • Of or pertaining to the Anti-Semites.
  • Prejudiced against or hostile to Jews (adjective)

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Use "anti-semitic" in a sentence
  • "A live interview on Tuesday with the syndicated Alex Jones radio show, however, was the last straw, as Mr. Sheen launched a torrent of vitriol at Mr. Lorre--who also created "The Big Bang Theory," "'Dharma & Greg" and "Cybill"--that some have characterized as anti-semitic."
  • "The Harper government has in the past occasionally chosen to make very public statements with boycotts at the UN, like walking out on Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's speech to the General Assembly in 2009 or staying away from the UN-sponsored world conference on racism, which Ottawa called anti-semitic."
  • "The furore surrounding the sleeve of the Lord Horror record, with its fake Prince Charles quotes and other unspeakable anti-semitic rants attributed to nasty Savoy characters, seems to say that punk never went far enough."