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ageism discrimination on the basis of age, esp. against the elderly or middle-aged.
antidiscrimination combined form of discrimination.
anti-Semitism prejudice, discrimination, or hostility toward Jews.
apartheid a policy of racial segregation, esp. the segregation of blacks and whites and the discrimination against blacks in the Republic of South Africa.
artistic having a sense of discrimination or taste. [1/3 definitions]
Civil Rights Act in the U.S., any of several laws intended to protect civil rights, esp. the landmark law passed by Congress in 1964 that aimed to protect the constitutional right to vote and prevent discrimination in places of employment, public facilities and accommodations, and the like.
color bar segregation or discrimination based on race or skin color, usu. as practiced by whites against nonwhites; color line.
color barrier unspoken social code of racial segregation or discrimination, esp. in sports, education, public service, and the like.
color line any institutionalized separation of races that is based on skin color and that results in social and economic discrimination and oppression; color bar.
consciousness-raising a process in which people are made more sensitive or aware of others, and thus gain understanding and sympathy for their situation, used in combating discrimination. [1/2 definitions]
discerning exercising good judgment and discrimination; perceptive.
fine1 requiring subtle discrimination; difficult to perceive. [1/11 definitions]
Jim-Crow (informal; sometimes l.c.) favoring or promoting discrimination against or the segregation of blacks in the United States. [1/2 definitions]
nigger (offensive) a little-valued citizen who faces discrimination and un-equal treatment. [1/3 definitions]
nondiscrimination combined form of discrimination.
palate the sense of taste, or precision of discrimination between tastes. [1/2 definitions]
race2 the question, issue, or practice of racial discrimination. [1/5 definitions]
reverse discrimination discrimination against previously favored groups, such as whites, Protestants, or males.
selective characterized by careful choice; tending to exercise discrimination. [1/2 definitions]
sensibility the capacity for refined aesthetic discrimination. [1/4 definitions]
sexism discrimination on the basis of sex, esp. as directed against women.