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Spic   /spɪk/   Listen

(ethnic slur) offensive term for persons of Latin American descent.  Synonyms: spick, spik.

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"Spic" Quotes from Famous Books

... had begun early that morning, when Gordon, the town sergeant, stepped from his door and started down the street with no little self-satisfaction. He had been arraying himself for a full hour, and after a tub-bath and a shave he stepped, spic and span, into the street with his head steadily held high, except when he bent it to look at the shine of his boots, which was the work of his own hands, and of which he was proud. As a matter of fact, the sergeant felt that he looked just as he particularly wanted to look on ...
— Christmas Eve on Lonesome and Other Stories • John Fox, Jr.

Words linked to "Spic" :   lingo, vernacular, Latino, clean, depreciation, argot, jargon, immaculate, ethnic slur, patois, Latin American, cant, slang, disparagement, derogation

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