denoting or relating to a person whose parents belong to different racial or ethnic groups: mixed-race Brazilians.
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How to use mixed-race in a sentence
Furthermore, mixed race children are the fastest growing population in the country.
Not to mention the fact the current president is the product of a mixed-race union.
The video features four people who fit the stereotypes of an Obama campaign ad—mixed race, young, and entrepreneurial.How to Kickstart World War III in Syria: A YouTube Parody Primer | Miranda Green | September 12, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
(If you haven't seen the ad starring his mixed-race son, check it out, it's awfully good).
“You have a black person, a black person of mixed race and a white person,” he said about the suspects.Inside the ‘Boredom’ Killing That Has Shocked Oklahoma | Christine Pelisek | August 23, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
They were Semites with the inborn religious spirit which is characteristic of the Semite, and they were also a mixed race.Early Israel and the Surrounding Nations | Archibald Sayce
There were a few thousand inhabitants of mixed race, and the tropical climate, though moist and enervating, is fairly salubrious.The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte | William Milligan Sloane
These people of mixed race generally seem unfortunate in the first generation.Letters from America | Rupert Brooke
The Samaritans were a mixed race who observed the law of Moses.Water Baptism | James H. Moon
On our side, we have a more recently mixed race than yours; you've begun to inbreed.The Life and Letters of Walter H. Page, Volume II | Burton J. Hendrick
British Dictionary definitions for mixed-race
relating to or characteristic of people of different ethnic origins
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