red man

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red man

An offensive term for a Native American, or Native Americans in general.
See also: man, red
References in classic literature ?
By the time I had regained my feet the red man had turned and ridden back to us.
If the fellow should prove false it would profit Gahan nothing to slay him, since without his guidance the red man might never hope to retrace his way to the tower and freedom.
While he was in Egypt, in the desert not far away from Syria, the Red Man had appeared to him on the mountain of Moses, in order to say,
Then again, on the eve of victory at Marengo, the Red Man springs to his feet in front of the Emperor for the second time, and says to him:
I myself have never believed that; but the Red Man is, undoubtedly, a fact.
It was all Asia against Europe,' as the Red Man had said to Napoleon.
The Emperor was not easy in his mind; he had seen the Red Man, who said to him, 'My child, you are going a little too fast for your feet; you will run short of men, and your friends will play you false.
The Allies had eaten up all our provisions; everybody began to betray him, just as the Red Man had foretold.
That is the final end of it; there he has to stop till the Red Man gives him back his power again, for the happiness of France.
According to the plan, the red man proposes by kneeling down at a red light while the green man holds his girlfriend's hand and crosses the road.
The green man only flashes when the lights are due to followed change to the red man.
Depp said: "It's always upset me: the idea of Tonto the Indian sidekick to the white man - the idea of the red man as lesser than the white man always bothered me.
The Lakota told Ziolkowski that they "would like the white man to know the red man has great heroes too.
The point is, when you cross the road at a puffin crossing, you cannot see if the green man is still there, or if he has been replaced by the red man of doom.