from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. One who admires and supports Black people and their culture.


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  • This is for my buddy and brother Washingtonian George over at Negrophile "one who loves and admires Black people".

    Black philanthropy

  • “We called Sinatra a Negrophile,” said Julian Nicholas, a future Pepsi team member.


  • Union, but they insist on elevating the negro to the dignity of the law-maker, and they declare that his freedom has not been accomplished while Sambo cannot come dancing up to the hustings, to record with facetious pomposity his vote for Massa Negrophile.

    London: Saturday, October 28, 1865

  • The taxpayer financed left-wing propaganda machine is re-airing documentaries on Haiti that bring out the typical condescending white liberal Negrophile liberal arts professors.

    Council of Conservative Citizens

  • "It does not matter if the reader feels a prejudice against the Negro, or if he be a Negrophile, or if he has never cared one way or the other whether the Negro does or does not exist.

    Booker T. Washington Builder of A Civilization


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