white man

NOUN
  1. a man who is White
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  • I returned the coin to Noah, assuring him that I had no further need of it, and he went away well pleased, assured of the protection of the white man's duppy -- the token of the good spirits which he venerates as much as he fears the bugaboos. Humphrey Bold A Story of the Times of Benbow
  • My name's Betty Pearce and my dad was the son of a white man named Tom Williams, who was a linesman for the telegraph line.
  • Malemute, nor Hudson Bay; he looked like all of them and he didn't look like any of them; and on top of it all he had some of the white man's dog in him, for on one side, in the thick of the mixed yellow - brown-red-and-dirty-white that was his prevailing colour, there was a spot of coal-black as big as a water-bucket. That Spot
  • I read it again, but instead of seeing a heavily made up moll with a dark bob and beaded dress with a pout, I envisioned a sleazy, straight, middle-aged white man.
  • He did aid an '' bet, as the loryers call it, in thet, an 'thet proves him 'bout as mean as a white man ever gits ter be; an', 'sides thet, he did _sell_ har fur twenty dollars -- a' ooman thet even th '' judge '-- an' he _ar_ a _judge_ uv sech things -- was willin 'ter pay twenty-five hun'red fur; he _did_ sell har fur _twenty dollars_; an' thet proves him a fool! The Continental Monthly, Vol III, Issue VI, June, 1863 Devoted to Literature and National Policy
  • When their feeling for the river's lore drew them, by a spiritual gravitation, to a common centre -- to learn, for instance, that Council Bend and Council Island were named for one of those historic "confabs" between the white man and the red which shouldered the red brother once and forever away from the sunrise and across the great river -- that centre of gravity was the captain's chair, their tutor the first mate. Gideon's Band A Tale of the Mississippi
  • The suspect was described only as a white man, in a light coloured short-sleeved shirt.
  • A rich white man in a suit wins the US Presidential election against another rich besuited white man.
  • He was a wonderful dark-skinned white man with jet-black hair who was often mistaken for a light-skinned black man.
  • It probably does feel safer to Harris, a tall, broad-shouldered white man, than to someone in a wheelchair, or someone carrying an easily grabbable purse, or a single woman walking alone. There Are Reasons to Support Burgess’ Panhandling Crackdown « PubliCola
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