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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And I, for another, don't care to give in to a handful of dirty Chinamen to escape drowning," I answered hotly.
We got up and went out on the verandah, leaving the supine stranger to be dealt with by the Chinamen.
Playing us for Chinamen because we are strangers and trying to learn
The fore-deck, packed with Chinamen, was full of sombre clothing, yellow faces, and pigtails, sprinkled over with a good many naked shoulders, for there was no wind, and the heat was close.
The "boy" might have been forty or a hundred and forty for all you could tell- one of those Chinamen of the death's-head type of face and completely inscrutable.
Shamsi's chinamen proved something of a mystery as he took two for 20 in four overs, which included having Collingwood caught low down at extra cover, giving Cobb his third catch.
Foran found that picketers encouraged patrons to eat elsewhere "on the ground that they are Chinamen and members of the yellow race, and that Americans should not patronize a Chinese restaurant, but should confine their patronage and support to restaurants operated by Americans or by white persons.
Lim, a Chinese gentleman'--the notorious 'Sugar King' of India 'reputed to be one of the richest Chinamen in the world'.
For some reason, you people persist in pestering the Chinamen.
Nasty old Chinamen for tempting British companies to allow the British steel industry to go to the wall, just by giving us a bargain.
The Portland Transcript suggested that such boys should be arrested whenever caught molesting Chinamen.
The attempt to conform to US-American mainstream culture leads to a psychological state of double consciousness; nevertheless, writers like Frank Chin and Shawn Wong recover Chinese masculinity against the accepted stereotypes of Chinamen and shatter the shadows of Orientalist perceptions of Chinese ethnicity.