Definition of whitey in English:

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Pronunciation: /ˈwʌɪti/
(also whity)


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

noun (plural whiteys)

informal, derogatory
Used by black people to refer to a white person, or to white people collectively.
Example sentences
  • 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.

Words that rhyme with whitey

almighty, Aphrodite, Blighty, flighty, mighty, nightie

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