Definition of Mulattos

1. Noun. (plural of mulatto) ¹



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Definition of Mulattos

1. mulatto [n] - See also: mulatto

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mulattos

mukhinite
mukhtar
mukhtars
mukluk
mukluks
muktuk
muktuks
mulada
muladas
mulai
mulatresses
mulatta
mulattas
mulatto
mulattoes
mulattos (current term)
mulattress
mulay
mulberries
mulberry
mulberry calculus
mulberry family
mulberry fig
mulberry ovary
mulberry spots
mulberry tree
mulberrylike
mulch
mulched

Literary usage of Mulattos

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1. A Second Visit to the United States of North America by Charles Lyell (1849)
"Spanish Moss, and Uses of. — Charleston. — Anti-Negro Feeling. — Passage from mulattos to Whites. — Law against importing free ..."

2. Latin America: Its Rise and Progress by Francisco García Calderón (1913)
"... and mulattos —The conditions of miscegenation according to M. Gustave Le Bon—Regression to the primitive type. THE racial question is a very serious ..."

3. Lectures on Physiology, Zoology, and the Natural History of Man by William Lawrence (1822)
"... coloured as mulattos, while the other was je.t black. The father was a deep black, the mother a Mulatto*. Two common peacocks produced fourteen youngj ..."

4. Memoirs of General Miller: In the Service of the Republic of Peru by John Miller (1828)
"mulattos of Lima —Disembarkation at Arica.—Inactivity.—Colonel Miller sails for Quilca.—Escape of Valdez, near Tacna.—General Alvarado advances. ..."

5. Catalogue of the Library Belonging to Mr. Thomas W. Field by Thomas Warren Field (1875)
"A New and exact Discovery of ... fashions, behaviour of Spaniards, priests and friars Blackmores, mulattos, ..."

6. A Second Visit to North America by Charles Lyell (1855)
"Passage from mulattos to Whites. — Law against importing free Slacks. — Dispute with Massachusetts. — Society in Charleston. — Governesses. — War-Panic. ..."

7. A Second Visit to the United States of North America by Charles Lyell (1849)
"Spanish Moss, and Uses of. — Charleston. — Anti-Negro Feeling. — Passage from mulattos to Whites. — Law against importing free ..."

8. Latin America: Its Rise and Progress by Francisco García Calderón (1913)
"... and mulattos —The conditions of miscegenation according to M. Gustave Le Bon—Regression to the primitive type. THE racial question is a very serious ..."

9. Lectures on Physiology, Zoology, and the Natural History of Man by William Lawrence (1822)
"... coloured as mulattos, while the other was je.t black. The father was a deep black, the mother a Mulatto*. Two common peacocks produced fourteen youngj ..."

10. Memoirs of General Miller: In the Service of the Republic of Peru by John Miller (1828)
"mulattos of Lima —Disembarkation at Arica.—Inactivity.—Colonel Miller sails for Quilca.—Escape of Valdez, near Tacna.—General Alvarado advances. ..."

11. Catalogue of the Library Belonging to Mr. Thomas W. Field by Thomas Warren Field (1875)
"A New and exact Discovery of ... fashions, behaviour of Spaniards, priests and friars Blackmores, mulattos, ..."

12. A Second Visit to North America by Charles Lyell (1855)
"Passage from mulattos to Whites. — Law against importing free Slacks. — Dispute with Massachusetts. — Society in Charleston. — Governesses. — War-Panic. ..."

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