Related formsan·ti·a·part·heid, noun, adjective
Examples from the Web for apartheid
Israel is not a perfect state, but it is nothing like apartheid South Africa, says a writer who has lived in both countries.
He was deputy editor when the newspaper was closed because of its opposition to apartheid.
Applying the apartheid label is incorrect—and is also confusing because it obscures the tyranny which is in force.
But there is none of the institutionalised racism basic to apartheid.
In apartheid South Africa the choice was clear and beyond escape: It was good versus evil.