Thesaurus / miscegenation

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The next point was, to get the miscegenation controversy into Congress.

The one great phase of the race question agitating the country to-day is that of intermarriage and miscegenation.

Nevertheless, in this instance the product of miscegenation seemed to offer in his own person a subtle contradiction.

The Wilderness TrailFrank Williams

The South will not take kindly to the advocacy by Abdul Baha of the miscegenation of the races.

Bahaism and Its ClaimsSamuel Graham Wilson

Once the political barriers are down, miscegenation will finish the job.

This Crowded EarthRobert Bloch

As the Portugese are a good-natured people void of race hate they did not dread the miscegenation of the races.

But he has never sunk the contempt, and the contempt saves him from any general practice of miscegenation.

Nature, though eager for cross-fertilisation, abhors 'miscegenation' with all the bitterness of an American politician.

The life of Florida Clayton is interesting in that it illustrates the miscegenation prevalent during the days of slavery.

This scarcely half-civilized daughter of miscegenation was a Hecate in the skilful decoction of potent leaves, roots and berries.

A Dream of EmpireWilliam Henry Venable

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