raced

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Verb[edit]

raced

  1. simple past tense and past participle of race

Adjective[edit]

raced (not comparable)

  1. (social studies) Belonging to a certain race of people.
    • 2007, Steve Garner, Whiteness: An Introduction (page 39)
      McKinney presents a large number of accounts by her students that describe white people coming to realise they are raced.
    • 2011, Richard A. Bailey, Race and Redemption in Puritan New England (page 48)
      In fact, as Jordan's analysis attests, whites constructed raced identities for Africans founded not so much on their assumptions about a color but more on the various ways in which they experienced life alongside their darker-skinned neighbors.

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