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Definition of "mixed-blood" [mixed-blood]

  • A person whose ancestors belonged to two or more races (noun)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "mixed-blood" in a sentence
  • "Javier is an orphan of "mixed-blood heritage and exceptional intellect" who, under the tutelage of his benefactor Molinero, has become a cultured and sophisticated man."
  • "None of the relatives wanted Javier because he was "the mixed-blood child of their forbidden love.""
  • "Indeed, the hope of baby-making was frequently mentioned, spurred by the fateful choice of the producers to couple their words "wants to birth a mixed-blood baby" with every screen shot of my face."