Definition of whitey in English:

whitey

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Pronunciation: /ˈwʌɪti
 
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(also whity)

adjective

[usually in combination]
With a whitish tinge: a whitey-grey colour

noun (plural whiteys)

informal , derogatory Back to top  
Used by black people to refer to a white person, or to white people collectively.
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  • Mind you, so was the old way of picking the South Africa team: 11 whiteys, blacks to fetch the beers and clean the latrines.
  • Just about all of them were black, apart from a few whiteys trying not to look like newspaper reporters.
  • And on the topic of whitey awkwardly using black slang, the game begins with the announcer enunciating ‘in the hizzle’ and ‘ballers’ as if they had quotes around them.

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