A rackety chorus of crickets and frogs forms the nightly soundtrack to bermudian life.
Schooners and sloops with bermudian mutton-leg sails flourish.
The bermudian weeping over the departed exhausts praise when he says, "He was an onion!"
"I must watch for the bermudian and see if she salutes," he said, presently.
The bermudian extolling the living hero bankrupts applause when he says, "He is an onion!"
We are booked to sail in the "bermudian" April 23rd, but don't tell anybody, I don't want it known.
We inquired around, but could hear of no bermudian spider capable of doing these things.
He had taken his seat by the window to watch for the bermudian.
Blashford was a man of resource and at night returned from a visit to the Captain of the bermudian with word that all was well.
Peter told him something of his own history and how he had met Jim Coast on the bermudian.
Atlantic island, named for Spanish explorer Juan de Bermudez (d.1570), who discovered it c.1515. Bermuda shorts first attested 1946 (in "The Princeton Alumni Weekly"), from the type of garb worn by U.S. tourists there. Bermuda triangle in the supernatural sense was popular from 1972. As the adjective form, Bermudian (1777) holds seniority over Bermudan (1895).
Note: Bermuda is a popular resort.
Note: A group of colonists on their way to Virginia in 1609 were shipwrecked in Bermuda; William Shakespeare based his play The Tempest on this incident.