or black·ie

[ blak-ee ]

noun,plural black·ies.Disparaging and Offensive.
  1. a contemptuous term used to refer to a Black person. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024

How to use blacky in a sentence

  • The punchline, which Rivers argued was complimentary, concerned the first lady: “We used to have Jackie O, now we have Blackie O!”

  • Remarkable among them is Professor Blackie, his fine head recalling a likeness of Lizst.

    Friend Mac Donald | Max O'Rell
  • Servant galo shakee,Hangee washee clothes; Cho-chop comee blackie bird,Nipee off her nose!

  • "There's something down," said Blackie, as a flaming German aeroplane shot downward from the clouds.

    Tam O' The Scoots | Edgar Wallace
  • "There's Burley," said Blackie, clad in a long oilskin and a sou'wester as he checked off the home-coming adventurers.

    Tam O' The Scoots | Edgar Wallace
  • "I've discovered Tam's weird pal," said Blackie, coming into the mess before lunch the next day.

    Tam O' The Scoots | Edgar Wallace