- racing car,
- racing flag,
- racing form,
- racing skate,
- rack and pinion,
- rack and ruin, go to,
- rack car,
- rack locomotive
Origin of racist
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Racist Patient Leave it to the most diverse cast on television to tackle racism in an extremely memorable way.11 Wacky, Moving, Memorable ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Moments (VIDEO)|Chancellor Agard|October 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Conservative blogger Dan Riehl declared the president "the first Racist in Chief."
While there, Cowart rubbed shoulders with Joshua Steever, a 28-year-old with the word, “Racist,” boldly tattooed on his forehead.
1932 as a noun, 1938 as an adjective, from race (n.2); racism is first attested 1936 (from French racisme, 1935), originally in the context of Nazi theories. But they replaced earlier words, racialism (1871) and racialist (1917), both often used early 20c. in a British or South African context. In the U.S., race hatred, race prejudice had been used, and, especially in 19c. political contexts, negrophobia.