white trash

NOUN
  1. (slang) an offensive term for White people who are impoverished
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How To Use white trash In A Sentence

  • Swank convinces us of a peculiar combination in Maggie, a white trash starveling who's come to L.A. and trained herself onto the women's undercards of men's bouts: she feels she has nothing to lose and yet isn't at all downhearted.
  • On her way to winning Celebrity Apprentice last year, she berated professional gambler Annie Duke, screaming "You're a pokah playah — that's beyond white trash! Can We Talk?
  • So, they are clearly “elitists” to the cro-magnon base who think that white trash like Palin and Joe the Plumber are the future of the GOP. live Says: Matthew Yglesias » Ruffini: Kristol, Brooks, and Will Not Conservative Enough
  • The poet T.S. Eliot also considered “white trash” to be a white person who fornicated with a non-white. Matthew Yglesias » Detroit Wants $14 Billion More
  • By those days, they were comprised mostly of the lower class and emotionally disturbed, white trash in Southern vernacular, and led by middling merchants or farmers that were a little smarter than the rest. Chris Matthews Unhinged - Curt_Levey’s blog - RedState
  • Clad in polychromatic day-glo garb and fronted by MCs Terminator Bones and Poor White Trash, these unclassifiable Cambridge, England mish-mashers are a sight to behold.
  • What came out of their mouths were words to the effect that ‘white trash’ referred to those white individuals who were stupid, unsophisticated, ignorant, poor, and perhaps unworldly.
  • I'm tired of being white trash, broke and always poor.
  • He basically called me white trash.
  • White trash rednecks from backward places such as Texas are an even easier target over there.
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