discrimination against or prejudice or hostility toward Jews.
What was the deal with this rather stunning accusation—presented without a byline—of anti-Semitism at the vaunted magazine?
Michael Goldfarb Doesn’t Care About Facts Ali Gharib February 24, 2013
Why is it that we have had so much trouble uttering one simple word: “anti-Semitism”?
Naming Europe’s New Anti-Semitism Bernard-Henri Lévy June 9, 2014
Is it anti-Semitism, or are less insidious cultural forces at work?
Why Was Bess Myerson the First and Last Jewish Miss America? Emily Shire January 6, 2015
So instead of combining anti-Semitism with anti-Zionism, Murdoch combined anti-Semitism with super-Zionism.
Why Is the Conservative Press Defending Murdoch? Peter Beinart November 19, 2012
It would be as absurd to accuse me of anti-Semitism for alluding to the fact that the Rothschilds or Warburgs were Jews.
Niall Ferguson Responds to the Blogospherse David Frum May 7, 2013
The only other country in Europe in which a legalized anti-Semitism exists is Rumania.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 2 Various
anti-Semitism would be simply ridiculous if it were not so terribly in earnest.
Zionism and Anti-Semitism Max Simon Nordau
The old Junker anti-Semitism received a great impulse from the collapse of thrones which followed the Armistice of 1918.
The myth of the Jewish menace in world affairs Lucien Wolf
Another of Chesterton’s intellectual aberrations is his anti-Semitism.
G. K. Chesterton, A Critical Study Julius West
He took a worthy part in the struggle against anti-Semitism.
Some Jewish Witnesses For Christ Rev. A. Bernstein, B.D.
also antisemitism, 1881, from German Antisemitismus, first used by Wilhelm Marr (1819-1904) German radical, nationalist and race-agitator, who founded the Antisemiten-Liga in 1879; see anti- + Semite.
Not etymologically restricted to anti-Jewish theories, actions, or policies, but almost always used in this sense. Those who object to the inaccuracy of the term might try Hermann Adler’s Judaeophobia (1882). Anti-Semitic (also antisemitic) and anti-Semite (also antisemite) also are from 1881, like anti-Semitism they appear first in English in an article in the “Athenaeum” of Sept. 31, in reference to German literature.
anti-Semitism [(an-tee-sem-uh-tiz-uhm, an-teye-sem-uh-tiz-uhm)]
Prejudice or hatred against Jews, a Semitic race. (See Arab-Israeli conflict and Nazis.)
of or relating to a gene that is derived from RNA or complementary DNA, is inserted in reverse orientation into a strand of DNA, and is used in genetic engineering to regulate genetic expression of a trait. antisense an·ti·sense (ān’tē-sěns’, ān’tī-) adj. Of, relating to, or being nucleotide sequences that mimic DNA sequences but cannot […]
the state or quality of being sensitive; sensitiveness. Physiology. the ability of an organism or part of an organism to react to stimuli; irritability. degree of susceptibility to stimulation. Electricity. the ability of a radio device to react to incoming signals, expressed as the minimum input signal required to produce a specified output signal with […]
to render . Photography. to render (a film or the like) to light or other forms of radiant energy. Immunology. to render to an antigenic substance. to become sensitized. Historical Examples To sensitize, immerse the silk in a 20 grain solution of silver nitrate for about sixteen minutes. Photographic Amusements, Ninth Edition Walter E. Woodbury […]
nature: the sensuality of Keats’s poetry. unrestrained indulgence in pleasures. lewdness; unchastity. Contemporary Examples The spring collection was intended to expound on the female body, sensuality and skin–but not nudity. Louis Vuitton, Chanel, McQueen Cap Paris Spring 2013 Fashion Week Shows Robin Givhan October 2, 2012 It is in no way my job to embody […]