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black·y

also black·ie  (blăk′ē)
n. pl. black·ies Offensive
Used as a disparaging term for a black person.
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"I wonder if the old blackies do talk," said Tom, looking up at them.
"Come on, Blackie." I put down my head, and threw my whole weight against the collar; I spared no strength; the load moved on, and I pulled it steadily up the hill, and then stopped to take breath.
For instance he did not know that Del Mar's real name was Percival Grunsky, and that at grammar school he had been called "Brownie" by the girls and "Blackie" by the boys.
Blackie, Four Phases of Morals, Socrates, Aristotle, etc., 1871; G.
Although the house had the grandeur of being created by one of the world's most famous architects, Emma says that first and foremost it was a family home for the Blackies.
The January 18 edition of the Bulgarian "7 Dni Sport" ("7 Days Sport") daily featured a front-page title saying "CSKA's New Players: Italian, Swede and Two Blackies." The title stirred outcry in the media and on Facebook.
Speedie also asked if there were any "blackies" in the room at Friday night's event at Blackwell Grange Hotel, in aid of the Percy Hedley Foundation charity for disabled children and adults.
Audience members were said to have been left stunned after David Speedie made jokes about 'n***rs and blackies' at a charity event.
But Steve Rose, of Darlington Partnership, claimed: 'He asked, 'Are there any blackies in the room?',looked round and said, 'No', ignoring the fact that there were members of staff from the hotel who were black.'
Johansson, the head of European soccer's governing body, is alleged to have made comments, including the word "blackies," during a recent trip to South Africa, triggering a storm of criticism.
When Catherine began to cry, however, the Blackies took pity on the Kearns family and took them in.
He was quoted as saying: "When I came into the hall in South Africa it was full of blackies and it was getting f*** dark when they were all sitting together.