[ me-stee-zoh, mi- ]
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Mestizoes are children of Chinese parents on one side and natives on the other.

Thirdly, the Mestizoes, the offspring of whites and Indians.

He could not even persuade the mestizoes to migrate to a safer locality.

Mulatresses prefer to unite themselves with the white or with mestizoes whiter than themselves.

The population of the whole group is above three millions, including all tribes of natives, mestizoes, and whites.

The mestizoes were supposed to be about fifteen or twenty thousand; they are distinguished as Spanish and Indian mestizoes.

In all of the frontier settlements there was a large element of mulattoes and mestizoes.

Some mestizoes ran from a neighboring house; some pursued the Indian, who fled rapidly; others raised the wounded man.

She ascended them toward the bridge: numbers of soldiers, mestizoes, and Indians, were stationed at various points on the shore.

Peru, almost depopulated, counted only a small number of Spaniards and mestizoes.