- on this (the speaker's or writer's) side of the Atlantic.
Origin of cisatlantic
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Examples from the Web for cisatlantic
She had searched in vain for a cisatlantic equivalent, but could not get hold of one.Mammon and Co.
E. F. Benson
America did not become a cisatlantic Britain, as some of the colonial adventurers had hoped.The Armies of Labor
Samuel P. Orth
Let us give moral aid and comfort to the campaign, Cisatlantic and Transatlantic, against the steam-whistle.
Both preferred a continental to an insular manner of life, a cisatlantic to a transatlantic place of residence.Ulysses