Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


I had no idea how insolent and untruthful these half-castes were.

Amongst the children were two half-castes—brother and sister.

It had also been strengthened by a few families of half-castes or mulattos.

I put no faith in the half-castes that swarm about this dock.

Most of them are English, some of them are Maori half-castes.

The nickname given by the half-castes to the pure bred Dutch.

Those, either Ainu or half-castes, who practise it have learned it from the Japanese.

Most of the stations are owned by Japanese and by Ainu half-castes.

The half-castes have none of the good qualities of either race.

Some 90% of the wealthy revolutionists were Chinese half-castes.