Definition of Racial extermination

1. Noun. Systematic killing of a racial or cultural group.

Exact synonyms: Genocide, Race Murder
Generic synonyms: Kill, Killing, Putting To Death
Specialized synonyms: Final Solution, Holocaust



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Racial Extermination

rachitic scoliosis
rachitides
rachitis
rachitis tarda
rachitism
rachitogenic
rachitome
rachitomes
rachitomy
racial
racial discrimination
racial extermination (current term)
racial immunity
racial integration
racial profiling
racial segregation
racial slur
racial slurs
racial spoils
racial stocks
racial supremacy
racialise
racialised
racialises
racialising
racialism

Literary usage of Racial extermination

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1. Genetics and Eugenics: A Text-book for Students of Biology and a Reference by William Ernest Castle (1916)
"Continued promiscuity means to them now racial extermination, as it does among Europeans. Sexual purity is necessary with us, not merely because social ..."

2. Genetics and Eugenics: A Text-book for Students of Biology and a Reference by William Ernest Castle (1916)
"Continued promiscuity means to them now racial extermination, as it does among Europeans. Sexual purity is necessary with us, not merely because social ..."

3. Genetics and Eugenics: A Text-book for Students of Biology and a Reference by William Ernest Castle, Gregor Mendel (1916)
"Continued promiscuity means to them now racial extermination, as it does among Europeans. Sexual purity is necessary with us, not merely because social ..."

4. The Clash!: A Study in Nationalities by William Henry Moore (1918)
"What a stirring tragedy of clerical intrigue and racial extermination could be written if only the names were English and the country-side in the Eastern ..."

5. The Chartist Movement in Its Social and Economic Aspects by Frank Ferdinand Rosenblatt (1916)
"... together with plagues, prevailed in almost every house, and raised the mortality of the population to a point threatening almost racial extermination. ..."

6. Korea's Fight for Freedom by Frederick Arthur Mackenzie, Fred Arthur McKenzie (1920)
"With her evil Government can there be anything but racial extermination for us ?" From the time of the reopening of Korea the Japanese have treated the ..."

7. The Crime of the Congo by Arthur Conan Doyle (1909)
"Some excuse there is for racial extermination where, as with Saxons and Celts, two peoples contend for the same land which will but hold one. ..."

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