darkie


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  • noun

Synonyms for darkie

(ethnic slur) offensive term for Black people

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Warren blasted: "There's nowhere for Darkie Smith to go.
Her soul never answered to Girl, nigra gal, darkie, pickaninny, mulatto.
As well as coal, we used to get a delivery of logs, and this cart was pulled by a horse called Darkie.
For a younger generation who might not know much about the achievements of past greats, apart from Vincent O'Brien, it is worth recalling the training genius that was Kevin's father Paddy, popularly known as Darkie.
01 (480m A4): Aulton Darkie, Pimlico Marion, Lil Sunshine, Cairns Mo, Ellwood (w), Lockwood Bo (w).
I remember Ernie Boston the lamplighter, Darkie Earl the local bobby and Jack Robbins the coalman
Devon and Cornwall Police yesterday confirmed they had shot video footage of the Darkie Day celebrations on Boxing Day last year and New Year's Day.
Pulitzer Prize will be well bet in the seventh but Cargan Darkie has fair chance of taking up the running before halfway and enjoying all the breaks.
Hatton, whose last fight ended in controversy when his rival Stephen Smith's father and cornerman Darkie Smith stepped into the ring and manhandled the referee, will be looking to impress in order to force a showdown with WBC, WBA and IBF champion Kostya Tszyu.
Darkie Smith has had his licence revoked by the British Boxing Board of Control after causing his son Stephen to be disqualified against Ricky Hatton in September this year.
But Chris insists there is no way she would emulate Darkie Smith, who infamously leapt into the Manchester ring last month and pushed referee Mickey Vann.
Smith's father and trainer Darkie forced the premature ending when he invaded the ring 28 seconds into round two to protest furiously that Hatton had connected with an elbow.
Stevie Wonder's original sheet music, a tube of Darkie Tooth Paste, 1920s cartoons and a can of Muhammad Ali Shoe Polish are just some of the items, gathered from around the world, in Stacey Ayers' vast collection of African American memorabilia.
Kevin Prendergast was assistant to his father Darkie from 1956 until 1962 and was also a leading amateur rider in the late 1950s and early 1960s.
His nickname was Darkie, because of his complexion, a name with racial connotations which rather raised eyebrows in a city like Atlanta