half-breed half-breed


  1. (n) an offensive term for an offspring of parents of different races (especially of Caucasian and American Indian ancestry)
  2. (adj) (of animals) having only one purebred parent



  1. The narrator is a giant of a man, the half-breed son of an Indian chief.
  2. It is an Alaskan tale with an army captain and a half-breed girl in the centre of the screen most of the time.
  3. Jane, as a sulky, sexy, persistently semiclad half-breed, had a relatively minor part.


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  1. "There's a special connection that I thought I had between me and black America," Chapman said. "And I used to say, 'I'm black, too.' In other words, my whole life I've been called a half-breed, a convict, king of the trailer trash, this and...
    on Nov 7, 2007 By: Dog Chapman Source: AlaskaReport

  2. In the book, Hazard recounts how a "veracious stump orator" described Jefferson during the 1800 presidential campaign as "nothing but a mean-spirited, low-lived fellow, the son of a half-breed Indian squaw, sired by a Virginia mulatto...
    on Jan 22, 2007 By: Thomas Jefferson Source: Zanesville Times Recorder

  3. Warning poorer societies of the danger of abuse by more materially powerful societies, Fanon wrote: "The casinos of Havana and of Mexico, the beaches of Rio, the little Brazilian and Mexican girls, the half-breed thirteen year olds, the ports of...
    on Dec 5, 2006 By: Frantz Fanon Source: Online Catholics (subscription)

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