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also Whit·ey (wī′tē, hwī′-)
n. pl. whit·eys also Whit·eys Offensive Slang
Used as a disparaging term for a white person or white people.
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(ˈwaɪtɪ) or


(Peoples) chiefly US (used contemptuously by Black people) a White man
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(ˈʰwaɪ ti, ˈwaɪ-)

n., pl. -eys.
usage: This term is used with disparaging intent. It implies the oppression of blacks by white people.
Slang: Disparaging. (a term used to refer to a white person or white people collectively.)
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.whitey - (slang) offensive names for a White man
depreciation - a communication that belittles somebody or something
jargon, lingo, patois, argot, vernacular, slang, cant - a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves); "they don't speak our lingo"
Caucasian, White, White person - a member of the Caucasoid race
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n (pej inf)Weiße(r) mf
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The host called the stable-boy, and ordered him to saddle "Whitey," then he awoke his son, a child of seven years, whom he ordered to ride before the gentleman and bring back the horse.
Additional country acts scheduled to perform are LANCO, Murphy 500, Red Dirt Band, Whitey Morgan and the 78's, Cody Canada and the Departed, and We Got It Covered.
MOB boss Jimmy "Whitey" Bulger may have been killed by a former Mafia hitman for being a grass.
That point was made plain in 1970 by the poet Gil Scott-Heron, on his record Whitey On the Moon, which criticised the US for spending millions to send men on a pointless moon adventure while the country's inner cities languished: I can't pay no doctor bills But whitey's on the moon Ten years from now I'll be payin' still While whitey's on the moon.
Though he let his friend, Whitey, talk him into making questionable decisions as a young man, like doing drugs and robbing a convenience store (for which he was incarcerated), Andrew is a thinker, a writer, and a sensitive person who has come a long way from the abusive family in which he grew up.
Notorious Boston mobster James "Whitey" Bulger has asked the U.S.
THE career of 2015 Laurels champion Millwards Whitey seems over after a wrist injury was confirmed following his run at Yarmouth on Saturday where he checked right out of contention, writes Jonathan Kay.
The colorful career of Rear Adm Edward Lewis Feightner, a great fighter pilot, is the subject of Peter Mersky's biography Whitey: The Story of Rear Admiral E.
BALLINAMALLARD United boss Whitey Anderson has urged his players to forget last week's Irish Cup collapse.
The city is under the control of the Winter Hill gang led by Whitey (Johnny depp), right-hand thug Stephen Flemmi (Rory Cochrane), hitman Johnny Martorano (W earl Brown) and heavy Kevin Weeks (Jesse plemons).
Although he's great playing 1970s American gangster Whitey Bulger, strong performances from a great cast are undermined by an unfocused script and uninspired direction.
CRIME might pay for Johnny Depp who bids for a fourth Oscar nomination with a tourde-force portrayal of real-life mobster James "Whitey" Bulger in Scott Cooper's stylish and sporadically bloody crime thriller.