Swarthy in a sentence as an adjective

Do you hate foreigners for their swarthy good looks and their large ... hands, or do you hate them because they took your job?

The Irish weren't white for a while, neither were the swarthy italians, poles, jews etc. How is it different this time around?

"A tall, bald fifty-four-year-old"... "met a striking dark-haired computer geek"... "her friend was short, swarthy, and squint-eyed".

For a moment he caught a glimpse of swarthy men in red running down the ***** some way off with green-clad warriors leaping after them, hewing them down as they fled.

This doesn't seem particularly swarthy, and frankly doesn't really warrant an article or any sort of hubbub unless you're interested in being a Google hater.

How could I be so careless as to marry a women without realizing that she's not only a dirty papist, but also one of those swarthy French‽However, the truth was not that I was careless, but that I didn't care.

Not only do many cultures have a thing about lighter skin shades, even the 1920s US backlash against immigration was mostly about 'swarthy' southern Europeans, who weren't as lily-white as northern Europeans.

>The reference is that The Federation is the British and the Klingons are the savagesOriginally, the Federation was the US and the Klingons were the Soviets - this was of course before the Klingons became blood-wine drinking Neanderthals and were just swarthy space villains with Fu-Manchu moustaches.

Swarthy definitions


naturally having skin of a dark color; "a dark-skinned beauty"; "gold earrings gleamed against her dusky cheeks"; "a smile on his swarthy face"; "`swart' is archaic"

See also: dark-skinned dusky swart