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saltine

offensive slang A derogatory term for a white person. A saltine is a type of cracker, and "cracker" is another derogatory term for a white person. Primarily heard in US.

saltine

n. a white person. (A play on a kind of salted white cracker [biscuit]. A cracker is a derogatory term for a white person.) What are those saltines doing in this neighborhood?
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Materials 2 paper plates * 7 saltine crackers * 18 sugar cubes * measuring cup * water * eyedropper
Aldi won on peanut butter, saltines and vegetable oil.
COOK Circle Snacks Serves 4 1 medium-size cucumber (about 8 inches long) About sixteen 1/2-inch-thick slices of your favorite cheese About 16 saltine crackers 1.
I expected the students to write papers that ended every other sentence with "dude" and that their op-eds would have the depth and complexity of a saltine cracker.
Goldfish Sandwich Snackers taste really good--like a saltine cracker with cheese in the middle.
In seventh and eighth grade, race was more of a problem because people called me cracker and Saltine. Two weeks into freshman year, people stopped looking at race because there are so many different faces at the high school.
Children who simply won't eat at all or who have extremely bizarre eating habits--such as only eating round, white food or eating just the corners off saltine crackers--often confound even the most experienced child health experts.
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One reason Nabisco and other manufacturers want the test is to make saltine crackers with all soft wheat.
You need (for each student): a zip-top bag, a sugar cube, a saltine cracker, and 1/4 cup of water.
Brand choice is modeled using internal and external reference price discrepancy with 104 weeks of scanner panel purchase data, provided by IRI for saltine crackers and baking chips.
How many saltine crackers can you eat in a row without needing a glass of water?
Harold's mom, in her excitement, accidentally dismantled an elaborate saltine cracker display, turning toward her son as if the world were crumbling merely to say, "Shhhhhh." I felt embarrassed because Harold's mom seemed embarrassed.
Pass the cheese, onions, sour cream, and saltines. (Proper layering order of toppings in our family was always cheese, onion, sour cream, with crumbled saltines over each individual bite or, as I used to do when I was a kid--requiring more patience than it's worth--piling a bite of chili onto each saltine).
Serve with fresh lime wedges, saltine crackers and more hot sauce.