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White Russian

Definitions

adjective, noun

  1. another term for Belarussian

Example Sentences Including 'White Russian'

Dandy's maternal grandfather was a White Russian prince, and his paternal great-grandfather was Sicilian.
Fay Weldon THE PRESIDENT'S CHILD (2003)
He fought hard until the Revolution, managed to escape being shot, despite being an officer, and then joined the White Russian forces.
Gunston, Bill Plane Speaking - a personal view of aviation history
I lunched at a place called L'Oiseau d'Or on the Île de la Cité, run by a White Russian called Vladimir Brolov.
Harcourt, Palma Double Deceit
Others in the party at St John's were a White Russian , Dimitri Poliakoff.
Haines, Pamela The Golden Lion
She was a White Russian by birth and was said to be a little eccentric, but everyone told us that she was a passionate animal lover.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
The White Russian , by Tom Bradby, Bantam Press, 445 pages, $25.95 There are times when only a fat, historical mystery will do.
Globe and Mail (2003)

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