[ UK /ɹˈɛdskɪn/ ]
[ US /ˈɹɛdˌskɪn/ ]
  1. (slang) offensive term for Native Americans
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How To Use Redskin In A Sentence

  • The Redskins have been in the play-offs just once since Gibbs left and have scratched out one winning season since 1997.
  • 34 Their media guide—on page 272, no less—reads that “the term redskin... was inspired not by their natural complexion but by their fondness for vermillion makeup.” Bad Sports
  • But the Giants held the Redskins to two first downs on seven first-half drives.
  • No Redskins player disrespects Blache's '09 defensive scheme, especially since, in yardage stats, it's still far ahead of this year's crew. For Redskins, improvement down the roster continues long after changes at the top
  • Keys to the game: A win secures a wild-card spot for the Redskins. - NFL grid
  • But in metro Washington, the Redskins can count on the support of only 56 percent of voters. Ravens beat Redskins in poll of Maryland voters
  • The Redskins and Orioles have been ruined by the blights of modern sports: unsentimentality, overreliance on free agents, and obnoxious rich owners.
  • a benchless season unlikely, as last year's holey Redskins offense offered no buffer for their quarterback. Silver Chips Online
  • At the Redskin mine, molybdenite is found in small cylindrical greisen pipes in the Redskin Granite.
  • I've written about 400 items on how the Redskins have the oldest roster in the NFL, but the league sent out a bucket-load of data on Thursday afternoon that brought up another side of this issue: the Redskins also have the most experienced team in the league. Redskins have NFL's most experienced roster
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