Slang: Extremely Disparaging and Offensive. a contemptuous term used to refer to a Pole or person of Polish descent.
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How to use Polack in a sentence
"If it wasn't for me, you'd go round looking like one of those Polack women down by the tracks," Tessie would scold.Half Portions | Edna Ferber
Personally I like Polack and Savage the best of them, despite the lumbering pretentiousness and doubtful veracity of the former.The Long White Cloud | William Pember Reeves
Linda had had maids, Polack and Swedish girls, and Irish country girls hardly intelligible in speech.Harriet and the Piper | Kathleen Norris
“Keep your eye on the big Polack,” he said to Dennis, yet loud enough for all to hear.Elizabeth Hobart at Exeter Hall | Jean K. Baird
In such a cause, any soldier, were he but a Polack Scythe-man, shall be welcome.
British Dictionary definitions for Polack
derogatory, slang a Pole or a person of Polish descent
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