n. & a.1.See Mongrel.
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seeme to have borrowed some of their Cosmeticall conceits from Barbarous Nations"; and Westfield writes of painted women, "Complexion speaks you Mungrels, and your Blood / Part Europe, part America, mixtbrood; / From Britains and from Negroes sprung, your cheeks / Display both colours, each their own there seeks" (John Bulwer, Anthropometamorphosis: Man Transform'd: or, The Artificial Changling [London, 1653], 260-61; and E.