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[ɐpˈɑːθe͡ɪd], [ɐpˈɑːθe‍ɪd], [ɐ_p_ˈɑː_θ_eɪ_d]

Synonyms for Apartheid:

seclusion (noun)

alienation, aloneness, aloofness, anonymity, banishment, captivity, confinement, deportation, detachment, disbarment, ejection, elimination, eradication, exclusion, excommunication, exile, expatriation, extirpation, extradition, isolation, loneliness, misanthropy, ostracism, reclusion, rejection, removal, seclusion, segregation, separation, solitude, standoffishness, xenophobia.

Other synonyms and related words:

Jim Crowism, Know-nothingism, Privatization, alien, anglophobe, anti-Semite, anti-semitic, apartness, bias, bigotry, black power, black supremacy, chauvinism, class consciousness, class distinction, class hatred, class prejudice, class war, color bar, color line, color-blind, compartmentalization, cronyism, damage, desegregation, detriment, disadvantage, discrimination, disjunction, dissociation, division, ethnocentrism, exclusiveness, fascism, favouritism, foreigner, harm, include, inequality, insularity, insulation, integrated, intolerance, isolationism, lily-white, male chauvinism, male chauvinist, minority, minority prejudice, narrowness, out-group, outcast, outsider, parochialism, partiality, partisanship, partition, persona non grata, pogrom, preconception, prejudice, prepossession, privacy, privatism, quarantine, race hatred, race prejudice, race snobbery, racial discrimination, racial segregation, racialism, racism, racist, recess, red-baiting, retirement, retreat, rustication, secrecy, segmentation, separate development, separateness, separatism, sequestration, setting apart, sexism, snobbishness, social barrier, social discrimination, splendid isolation, stranger, superpatriotism, tightness, ultranationalism, unfairness, white power, white supremacy, withdrawal.

Rhymes for Apartheid:

  1. tripartite;

Quotes for Apartheid:

  1. I didn't actually realise what apartheid meant. I'm probably a bit naive, but I thought it was more of a vague segregation, like on the beaches and buses. John Deacon.
  2. Everybody now admits that apartheid was wrong, and all I did was tell the people who wanted to know where I come from how we lived in South Africa. I just told the world the truth. And if my truth then becomes political, I can't do anything about that. Miriam Makeba.
  3. No one can compare us to the apartheid regime. It's not like in South Africa between the blacks and the whites who belong to the same nation, or in Berlin where you find parents living on the eastern side and their children in the western side. Silvan Shalom.