- n. alternative spelling of honky.
- n. (slang) offensive names for a White man
“I have been called a honkie, an ofay and a cracker as well.”
“Today I have been called a "honkie", uneducated, stupid, etc.”
“Regrettably, these hijinks interfered with her later campaign for a School Board seat against Fahrenholtz, because the media would bring up this "honkie" controversy which she would not apologize for or discuss.”
“I think "honkie" is spelled with a "y" on the end but we'll let that one lie, or ly.”
“Hey Chung, spend the extra 10 honkie and go to Yung Kee.”
“Maybe it was more than nasty -- a vulgar epithet -- maybe even used the "F" word or combined it with the word honkie.”
“The report also concluded that the employer, a state social services agency, had "overreacted" in firing the white employee and suggested that if the court upheld the firing, then employees might seek disciplinary action if they were called "honkie, or a good old boy or Uncle Tom or chubby or fat or slim.”
“Do we tell the Shiite Al-Qaida terrorists to wait till Big Daddy sobers up, till he's done going down low with his latest honkie hunk?”
“I had worked so hard and I had spent so much time playing all the clubs, the bars, the honkie tonks for so many years, to develop who I was, to find out who I was as a singer, a songwriter, an entertainer.”
“I wouldn't take it personally if Richard Pryor said, "honkie, or redneck" but most of the general public hasn't seen his act, or read his books, so they don't understand that these were taken out of context to discredit him.”
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