mulattoes mulattoes


  • (n) an offspring of a black and a white parent


  1. He had promised that he would do something for the country's poor black majority, who for years have been exploited by a small clique of mulattoes.
  2. Thus the mulattoes were able to escape the slum shanties and make careers among the whites.
  3. The mulattoes until recently had limited civil rights, e.
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/ˈtæn dʒə bəl /