light-skinned


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Adj.1.light-skinned - having little skin pigmentation
white - of or belonging to a racial group having light skin coloration; "voting patterns within the white population"
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light-skinned

[ˌlaitˈskɪnd] ADJde piel blanca
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CROSSFIRE by Malorie Blackman, Penguin, PS14.99 (ebook PS8.99) HHH HH THE first Noughts & Crosses book was published in 2001, containing a dystopia in which Crosses (those with dark skin) rule over Noughts (light-skinned).
The light-skinned actress said she and her husband had split mutually and had remained best of friends since then for the sake of their daughters.
The victim was pulling up to a friend's home when he said he was approached by a light-skinned black man wearing a purple hoodie, blue jeans and black shoes.
One of the victims was a light-skinned, medium-built man wearing a white shirt and maong shorts.
It came, it seems, as a sweet surprise to most online commentators that the new beauty queen was not light-skinned ndash as generally expected ndash but tanned.
What has made Dee-Ann's win even more special for many black women is the fact she is not light-skinned, mixed-race, or racially ambiguous.
Authorities had originally released computer-generated photographs of the suspects, who witnesses described as well-built and light-skinned, possibly Middle Eastern or European.
The one thing everyone seems to agree on is that light-skinned Jews get White privilege no matter how they personally feel about it.
The video ad, with the tagline "Sometimes, Lighter is Better," depicted a bartender sliding a bottle of Heineken Light past several people of color before it reaches a light-skinned woman, the report says.
"One of them was light-skinned and the other was dark-skinned, bulky and tall.
He married and had five children with Genevieve Ida Fleet, who was also light-skinned. While they lived in New York, Greener and his wife separated.