[ UK /ba‍ɪɹˈe‍ɪʃə‍l/ ]
[ US /baɪˈɹeɪʃəɫ/ ]
  1. consisting of or combining two races
    a biracial committee
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How To Use biracial In A Sentence

  • A few years ago, our school had a parent write a racist remark on his garage in spray paint and called the local paper who published a picture of it and the man's biracial son trying to spin the article as if students and the school were harrasing his son. No-Tolerance Policy Extends Off Campus
  • A 6-month-old, biracial boy named Michael was their first foster child.
  • Their television daughter shows no phenotypic signs of being biracial.
  • On both occasions they used biracial egg donors with the best health histories they could find. Times, Sunday Times
  • Senator Barack Obama has proved to be a biracial icon who can mobilize blacks and whites alike.
  • March 30th, 2006 at 6:42 pm reluctantly use the terms biracial, Black, White, Asian American, Latino, and African American. Response to Rachel: “I am a person of color”
  • Americans like answers in black and white, a cultural trait we confirmed last year when the biracial man running for President was routinely called "black".
  • Indeed, by 1890, census officials stopped counting mixed-race people as a separate category, and the nation became officially biracial.
  • As I was writing I was think about the term multiracial or biracial, which I don’t think of as transracial. Trans Identity–Sex Changes, Race Changes, Drag, and Passing
  • It is this massive boom in poultry that is largely responsible for changing the rural South from a biracial, agricultural culture to a globalized entrepot.
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