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dark·ie

 (där′kē)
n. Offensive
Variant of darky.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.darkie - (ethnic slur) offensive term for Black people
derogation, disparagement, depreciation - a communication that belittles somebody or something
ethnic slur - a slur on someone's race or language
Black person, blackamoor, Negro, Negroid, Black - a person with dark skin who comes from Africa (or whose ancestors came from Africa)
Translations

darkie

(o.f.) [ˈdɑːkɪ] N (Brit) (pej) → negro/a m/f

darkie

, darky
n (pej inf)Schwarze(r) mf

darkie

darky [ˈdɑːkɪ] n (fam, offensive) → negro/a
References in classic literature ?
It looked hot and blank and sleepy, down to the shabby waterside where tattered darkies dangled their bare feet from the edge of rotting wharves.
There were darkies and loafers and hackmen, and also vague individuals, the loosest and blankest he had ever seen anywhere, with tufts on their chins, toothpicks in their mouths, hands in their pockets, rumination in their jaws and diamond pins in their shirt-fronts, who looked as if they had sauntered over from Pennsylvania Avenue to while away half an hour, forsaking for that interval their various slanting postures in the porticoes of the hotels and the doorways of the saloons.
One of his statements regarding black people and the use of marijuana said, "Reefer makes darkies think they're as good as white men.
Su pecado: era negro (les llamaban darkies, coons, niggers, negroes?
The relationship of Negroes and Democrats is truly a master-slave relationship, with the benevolent master knowing what's best for his simple minded darkies.
We might not have the courage to take on thebamonthebus–althoughtheGovernment campaign launched today is absolutely right to insist we should report them every time – but we can, politely, make the point when we hear people talking about pakis, chinks and darkies, fenians, huns and ragheads.
Did Philip tell her we should close our borders on all the darkies, slanty-eyed and potbellied commies outside the EU, while keeping them open for the Greeks (his old family) and the Germans (his new one)?
Titles such as "A Darkies life is always gay," "Colored Fancy Ball," and "Darkies Cheer," composed by Ordway himself, were staples of the second, third, and sometimes fourth acts of the productions.
Helen] began to tyrannize over everybody, "her mother, her father, the servant the little darkies who play with her, and nobody," wrote Miss Sullivan, "had ever seriously disputed her will .
Watermelon belongs to them and they don't care how many darkies out in the field dropping dead of sunstroke to grow watermelon.
Perhaps the best way to resolve the dilemma posed by Harris and his writing of the Uncle Remus stories is to adopt that approach of Darwin Turner in his essay "Daddy Joel Harris and His Old-Time Darkies.
This process has earned itself the nickname "rent-a-darkie/blackie", and companies are tripping over each other trying to get the "right" darkies with strong political connections to secure state tenders.