A white, caucasian, or anglo manner of speaking. Similar in meaning to but racially unique from ebonics. Also known as "The King's English," a reference to the language used in the King James version of the Bible, written in England in 1611.
Unlike Jim, who speaks in fluent ebonics, Bob speaks nothing but ivorics. Bob was out of place in the ghetto because of his ivoric manner of speaking.
作者 accu 2005年5月02日

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