[ US /hɪˈspænɪk/ ]
  1. related to a Spanish-speaking people or culture
    the Hispanic population of California is growing rapidly
  1. an American whose first language is Spanish
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How To Use Hispanic In A Sentence

  • Witnesses said that two Hispanic men were seen toting the garments away.
  • My favourite character was Pedro, Napoleon's Hispanic friend, whose quiet manner and woebegone expression were constant throughout the film.
  • Those elements are inherent in Hispanic culture, making people such as Thomas feel at home.
  • Perhaps because black, Hispanic and Asian households tend to be larger and often multigenerational, teens in these groups are significantly more likely than white teens to recognize someone other than their mother or stepmother.
  • Fuentes points out the Hispanic influence on one of New Yorkers' favorite pastimes: baseball.
  • Like your favorite hole-in-the-wall taco place – these hefty Hispanic ho's are Open 24 hours!
  • The name "Lesley Ryder" doesn't scream "Puerto Rican/Mexican," but I assure you, I am very Hispanic. Lesley Ryder: After Hamilton, Chasing a Dream
  • His detailed sculpture reveals a Caucasian, perhaps Hispanic, boy with "longish" dark hair with a "distinctive" overbite, which may identify him. ABC News: ABCNews
  • Five accomplished Hispanic nurses who just happen to be guys talk about the special challenges they face and the unique strengths they bring to the table.
  • The growth in Hispanic illegitimacy is especially important because Hispanics keep increasing as a share of all new births, married or unmarried, up from 14.3 percent in 1990 to 23.8 percent in 2005 to 24.6 percent in 2007. VDARE.com - Latest Articles
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