15. A grotesque black doll
Your answer: golliwogg
I realize that one of the web definitions does read as such, but most definitions refer to the black rag doll without adding "grotesque".
A soft doll with bright clothes, a black face, and fuzzy hair
a grotesque black doll
The "Golliwogg" (later "Golliwog", "golly doll") is a character of children's literature created by Florence Kate Upton in the late 19th century, inspired by a blackface minstrel doll which Upton found as a child in her aunt's attic in Hampstead, North London. ...
"Golliwog" ("Gulleplutt") was one of the first attempts by Agnetha Fältskog to enter the charts outside Sweden. The eight German-language music singles she released didn't enter the charts. But with Golliwog the intention was that not only Germany but all of Europe would get to know Agnetha.
(The Golliwogs) The Golliwogs were an American rock band that eventually became Creedence Clearwater Revival.
A rag doll or mascot in the form of a caricature of a black minstrel; A black person; A hairy caterpillar; A receiver of stolen goods; this sense?) (Rhyming slang as "the" golliwogs): greyhound racing
an insulting term, given to a loud un mannerly personwww.bajanfuhlife.com/dictionary/a_m.html
or gollywog British/Aussie nickname for a black rag doll dressed in formal attire. The originally gollywog was a black man cloth doll in fancy dress that was one of the beloved playthings of British children's author Florence Upton. ...www.stensrude.com/Oz.html
I find it offensive as worded currently and would appreciate an edit.