They shouted and scuffled as the half-breed gatekeepers shoved them aside.
A few days later, a half-breed delegation arrived in Washington, begging for his assistance.
We will start at daybreak with our friend, and a half-breed as a guide.
There was a half-breed among them, both whose hearts were black.
The idea of connecting Jean and the half-breed never entered his head.
The half-breed grinned, and displayed a flashing set of teeth.
His mother was a full-blooded Chippewa, and his father a half-breed with a French-Canadian name.
And after that, when you got better, did the half-breed leave you undisturbed or did he come back?
At least once a week, the entire party of young men went with Philip Tremble, the half-breed hunter, for deer or moose.
That fourth wound he knew had not been inflicted by the half-breed.
"person of mixed race," 1760; as an adjective by 1762. Half-blooded in this sense is from c.1600.