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White Russian

noun

  1. a Russian who fought against the Bolsheviks in the Russian Revolution.
  2. a cocktail of vodka, cream, and Kahlúa or crème de cacao.


White Russian

adjective

  1. another term for Belarussian


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Word History and Origins

Origin of White Russian1

First recorded in 1865–70
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Example Sentences

Such an expression it must have worn when he was flogging the White Russian peasants.

Clara remained in the White-Russian town two days longer than her parents.

Afanasief states that in White-Russian traditions Perun is tall and well-shaped, with black hair and a long golden beard.

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