coolie

Coolie - What does it mean?

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Wikidiffcom vs Coolie - What's the difference?

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As a noun coolie is

(offensive|slang) an unskilled asian worker, usually of chinese or indian descent; a labourer; a porter coolies were frequently transported to other countries in the 19th and early 20th centuries as indentured labourers.

Porter vs Coolie - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between porter and coolie

is that porter is (l) while coolie is (offensive|slang) an unskilled asian worker, usually of chinese or indian descent; a labourer; a porter coolies were frequently transported to other countries in the 19th and early 20th centuries as indentured labourers.

Laborer vs Coolie - What's the difference?

laborer | coolie |


As nouns the difference between laborer and coolie

is that laborer is one who uses body strength instead of intellectual power to earn a wage, usually hourly while coolie is (offensive|slang) an unskilled asian worker, usually of chinese or indian descent; a labourer; a porter coolies were frequently transported to other countries in the 19th and early 20th centuries as indentured labourers.

Laboorer vs Coolie - What's the difference?

laboorer | coolie |


As a noun coolie is

(offensive|slang) an unskilled asian worker, usually of chinese or indian descent; a labourer; a porter coolies were frequently transported to other countries in the 19th and early 20th centuries as indentured labourers.

Toolie vs Coolie - What's the difference?

toolie | coolie |


As nouns the difference between toolie and coolie

is that toolie is (australia|colloquial) an adult reveller who deliberately travels to a destination where schoolies congregate, often to solicit sex from the schoolies while coolie is (offensive|slang) an unskilled asian worker, usually of chinese or indian descent; a labourer; a porter coolies were frequently transported to other countries in the 19th and early 20th centuries as indentured labourers.

Coolis vs Coolie - What's the difference?

coolis | coolie |


As nouns the difference between coolis and coolie

is that coolis is while coolie is (offensive|slang) an unskilled asian worker, usually of chinese or indian descent; a labourer; a porter coolies were frequently transported to other countries in the 19th and early 20th centuries as indentured labourers.

Coolie vs Roolie - What's the difference?

coolie | roolie |


As a noun coolie

is (offensive|slang) an unskilled asian worker, usually of chinese or indian descent; a labourer; a porter coolies were frequently transported to other countries in the 19th and early 20th centuries as indentured labourers.

As an adjective roolie is

peaceful; still.

Coolie vs Coole - What's the difference?

coolie | coole |


As a noun coolie

is (offensive|slang) an unskilled asian worker, usually of chinese or indian descent; a labourer; a porter coolies were frequently transported to other countries in the 19th and early 20th centuries as indentured labourers.

As a verb coole is

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As an adjective coole is

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Cootie vs Coolie - What's the difference?

cootie | coolie |


As nouns the difference between cootie and coolie

is that cootie is a louse while coolie is (offensive|slang) an unskilled asian worker, usually of chinese or indian descent; a labourer; a porter coolies were frequently transported to other countries in the 19th and early 20th centuries as indentured labourers.

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