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blacky

or blackie

[blak-ee] /ˈblæk i/
noun, plural blackies. Disparaging and Offensive.
1.
a contemptuous term used to refer to a black person.
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  • "Perhaps it was merely a boyish trick," said Professor blackie.

    The Rover Boys in the Air

    Edward Stratemeyer
  • "It's the blackie Perales gang," the tall man with the gray beard said.

    The Cosmic Computer Henry Beam Piper
  • That's where all these outlaws have been coming from, blackie Perales and all.

    The Cosmic Computer Henry Beam Piper
  • And blackie, his greedy brother, looked up at Farmer Green too.

    The Tale of Grunty Pig Arthur Scott Bailey
  • It's a pity that you haven't your brother blackie's complexion.

    The Tale of Grunty Pig Arthur Scott Bailey
  • She wound up with the question,—“Now, what you think of zat, blackie?”

    The Eagle Cliff R.M. Ballantyne
  • And of course, though blackie knew he was there, she could not speak man-talk to tell about him.

    Nero, the Circus Lion Richard Barnum
  • Tam made a verbal report to blackie, and blackie got on to Headquarters by 'phone.

    Tam O' The Scoots Edgar Wallace
  • Did A' no' tell ye, Captain blackie, sir-r, that ma luck was oot?

    Tam O' The Scoots Edgar Wallace
Word Origin and History for blackie
n.

also blacky, "a black person," 1815, from black (adj.) + -y (3).

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