slant-eyed

[slant-ahyd, slahnt-]
adjective (of a person)
1.
having eyes with epicanthic folds.
2.
having eyes that appear to slant.
3.
Disparaging and Offensive. being of Far Eastern origin, as a Chinese or Japanese.

Origin:
1860–65

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