Chinaman


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Chinaman

1. Archaic or derogatory a native or inhabitant of China
2. Cricket a ball bowled by a left-handed bowler to a right-handed batsman that spins from off to leg
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Said Chinaman convulsively wrestles with one of his many Gods or Devils, perhaps, and snarls horribly.
The Chinaman clutches the aggressive hands, resists, gasps, and protests.
This chinaman here was coming with the ship as far as Fu-chau -- a sort of interpreter he would be.
His brusque "Come along, John; make look see" set the Chinaman in motion at his heels.
The Chinaman, gazing sad and speechless into the darkness of the hatchway, seemed to stand at the head of a yawning grave.
With his mouth and hands he made exuberant motions of eating rice and washing clothes; and the Chinaman, who concealed his distrust of this pantomime under a collected demeanour tinged by a gentle and refined melancholy, glanced out of his almond eyes from Jukes to the hatch and back again.
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A Chinaman with a burp gun entered the bunker, captured the five and took them to the base of the hill on the way back to enemy lines.
Supporters of such legislation, together with a sensationalist press, popularized the image of the sinister Chinaman who lured white women into his opium den, turning them into concubines, prostitutes, or sex slaves.
They are disturbing images: images of a notorious gangster, Boysie Singh, who the islanders believe murders and cuts out the hearts of young women to rub on the hooves of his racehorses to make them run faster; of two pigs devouring the butchered body of a woman named Melda; of the opium-addicted Chinaman's recurring nightmares of his wife and daughter being slaughtered back in China; of Zelda, not much older than the "girl-child" behind the hibiscus bush, being bargained over by her father and the Chinaman who came to her village in Venezuela "to buy alpagats [sandals] for his store and took her, too.
Intermarriage of Chinaman and Irishwoman was common in the lower Manhattan.
This one is played by Alec Mapa; would he have accepted the part if it were Ching-Chong Chinaman who ran a laundry and spoke in a velly ah-so dialect?