racial[ rey-shuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF racial
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RACIAL
The exception rather than the rule, there is no reason why he should not be the racial type.
Yet in their racial and national relationships they are indubitably American.
All racial lines in literature are extremely difficult to draw.
She it is who has to play the chief part in the racial life.
We have inherited marriage as a social, nay more, a racial institution.
The problems of our individual loves are linked on to the racial life.
It is useless to be angry with racial characteristics, racial points of view.
It reveals the fact that America has no monopoly of racial amalgamation.
He had not Jim's racial prestige and the reputation of invincible, supernatural power.
He was gruff, as became his racial superiority, but not unfriendly.