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- v. Present participle of miscegenate.
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Always they listened to strange ephemeral music from the mixing of many hands, instruments from different continents introduced, making love and miscegenating.
It was reserved for the abolition, miscegenating North, to exalt a man for an act, which, among all the other nations of the world, past or present, would have excited unqualified contempt.
Perhaps, here and there, a solitary traitor, decked out in holiday attire, mingles with the occasional groups of curious Africans, who show their ivories at the unexpected familiar salutations of the miscegenating Yankees.
Music does have a way of miscegenating, politics be damned.
An integrated crew, and even a miscegenating kiss?
They reveal all sorts of Commie, miscegenating and adulterous stuff about Obama and his family and their nefarious associations.
Whatever happened, stubbing her toe with Bo Jangles, or miscegenating, she said, 0, my goodness ....