[ US /ˈɛθnɪkəɫ/ ]
denoting or deriving from or distinctive of the ways of living built up by a group of people
influenced by ethnic and cultural ties
How To Use ethnical In A Sentence
- As time proceeds she acquires a group of racially and ethnically mixed friends and acts with courage and self-reliance.
- The firebrand championing the indigenous Komi people was none other than Yury Spiridonov, an ethnically Russian oil miner and party worker, born in Omsk and educated in Sverdlovsk, who had once gotten into trouble for snapping at someone who tried to address him in Komi: “Speak in a way that can be understood.” The Return
- Trinidadians are said by Creoles to be ethnically ‘mixed-up’ like callaloo, a kind of soup made from dasheen leaves and containing crab.
- Although Berlin has the fastest growing Jewish population in the world, the community is ethnically diverse and spans a range of traditions from orthodox to secular.
- Statutory agencies can encourage the establishment of local ethnically focused voluntary organizations by targeting specific grant aid.
- British independent schools are now more ethnically diverse than their state-maintained counterparts. Times, Sunday Times
- New York is a very culturally/ethnically diverse city.
- As the latest decennial Census revealed, American youngsters are far more diverse racially and ethnically than the adult population.
- “Racism” is not necessarily racial discrimination, it means ethnical discrimination too. Global Voices in English » Israel: Reflections on the Holocaust Memorial Day and Durban II
- An ethnically Jewish version of the fool, the schlemiel is caught up in situations that reflect the historical problems of the Jewish people.