Definition of Miscegenate

1. Verb. Marry or cohabit with a person of another race.

Generic synonyms: Cohabit, Live Together, Shack Up
Derivative terms: Miscegenation



Definition of Miscegenate

1. Verb. (American English) to mix or blend ¹

2. Verb. (American English) to mix or blend race in marriage or breeding ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Miscegenate

miscataloging
miscatalogs
miscategorisation
miscategorisations
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miscegenate (current term)
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miscegeny
miscellanarian

Literary usage of Miscegenate

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1. My Life and My Lectures by Lamar Fontaine (1908)
"The hairless, naked, worthless pug- nosed pup of Chihuahua, Mexico, will miscegenate with the massive St. Bernard, the Newfoundland or the intelligent ..."

2. Race Distinctions in American Law by Gilbert Thomas Stephenson (1910)
"... and Negroes, Indians, or Mongolians, on the other, they would have left the great body of mixed-blooded people to miscegenate as they pleased. ..."

3. The Voice of the Negro 1919 by Robert Thomas Kerlin (1920)
"... race are any ways anxious to miscegenate or amalgamate the two races nor is there any desire, even remote, for 'social intermingling,' ' 'n everything. ..."

4. American Supremacy: The Rise and Progress of the Latin American Republics by George Washington Crichfield (1908)
"These countries are suffering from the endemic mongrel, — by this miscegenate product of white adventurers, red Indians, ..."

5. Back to Sunny Seas by Frank Thomas Bullen (1905)
"But by some peculiar latent pride of race these poor whites—at least, a very large number of them—have absolutely refused to miscegenate. ..."

6. Saint Louis Medical and Surgical Journal (1885)
"When tho lake water was turned in, they said lake fish and gulf fish would miscegenate in tho pure waters of the canal. When the Bridgeport pumps were built ..."

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