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  • noun Plural form of redskin.

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Examples

  • I only care if the Cowboys lose. itsmeonthetwitr come onnnnn marion barber. but also, come onnnnnn the entire redskins offense. queenofspain and apparently so do the #redskins ... sorry, couldn't help myself danamoos Get out!

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  • The term "redskins" is highly offensive to Native Americans and is equivalent to the "n-word" for African Americans.

    David Kimelberg: The Last Acceptable Racism: Native Americans

  • The term "redskins" is highly offensive to Native Americans and is equivalent to the "n-word" for African Americans.

    David Kimelberg: The Last Acceptable Racism: Native Americans

  • The term "redskins" is highly offensive to Native Americans and is equivalent to the "n-word" for African Americans.

    David Kimelberg: The Last Acceptable Racism: Native Americans

  • Scalps, called "redskins," were used as trophies and proof because it was too difficult to carry the entire body, says Suzan Harjo, one of the plaintiffs in the suit.

    ’Skin Tone

  • Manifest destiny, a staple of our social studies courses in grade school, led us to remove the uncivilized and pesky "redskins" to fulfill our goal of a coast-to-coast empire.

    The Curse of Power

  • Most of the books he read were based upon the slaughter of the "redskins," and yet at heart he wished to be one of them and to taste the wild joy of their poetic life, filled with hunting and warfare.

    The Eagle's Heart

  • We have always, for example, been as keen in putting down horse-stealing from Indians as from whites—which indicates rather an advanced stage of frontier morality, as theft from the "redskins" or the "Government" is usually held to be a very trivial matter compared with the heinous crime of theft from "citizens."

    Red and White on the Border

  • In Peter and Wendy, Barrie's 1911 novelization of his earlier play, the Scottish author describes these "redskins" on the warpath with their tomahawks not as an imaginary people, but as just another group of North American Indians.

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  • Balibo verdict: truth, drama and tragedy movie in which all of the baddies are "redskins", the only villains portrayed in the new Robert Connolly film Balibo are the Indonesians who did the killing, which means

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