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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of nigger.


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  • I was on the team; we traveled to neighboring towns such as Howell and Charlotte, and wherever I showed my face, the audiences in the gymnasiums "niggered" and "cooned" me to death.

    The Autobiography of Malcolm X

  • It's like George Wallace supposedly not being a racist, just not wanting to be "out-niggered."

    #2: Intermittent Fasting

  • That's like the question of whether Wallace was "genuinely a bigot" or just didn't want to be "out-niggered."

    The Daily Work

  • The candidate who lost because he had been found insufficiently draconian on racial issues was said to have been "out-niggered."

    May 2005

  • He infamously vowed never to be "out-niggered" again.

    Film/Television: Lost Highways

  • The taco wagon was metal-flake purple and fur-upholstered -- a cherry '58 Impala niggered up.

    American Tabloid

  • He picked up the limbs and bits that were left, and threw 'em in heaps and sot fire to 'em again, and he laid sticks across the large logs that were too heavy to move, and niggered them off with fire, and then rolled them up in piles and sot fire to 'em again and burnt 'em all up smack smooth.

    My thirty years out of the Senate

  • Following his defeat by John Patterson, an ardent racist, Wallace was heard to say, "I was out-niggered, and I will never be out-niggered again."

    True Blue Liberal

  • He swore he’d never be `out-niggered’ by his opponents again.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • He swore he’d never be `out-niggered’ by his opponents again.

    Dinosaur nations and the "jena Six"


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