When the madagascan heard a key in the door he stealthily peeped from his hiding-place and saw, instead of Zita, Locke.
But I will not longer dwell on madagascan peculiarities, many of which, as elsewhere, are not chastening.
A successful pirate in the days of the madagascan sea-rovers.
Then he went directly to the madagascan, whose overbearing air of assurance immediately forsook him at the Chinaman's approach.
The madagascan servant of Balcom answered in the absence of his master.
The madagascan nodded and raised one of Balcom's hands to his own forehead as a sign of his fidelity.
At a motion from the Automaton a dark-skinned madagascan stepped forward and lighted the five candles.
But it was a very different person with whom the madagascan had to contend in the end.
Let this lady tell her that the madagascan has brought an antidote that will restore his reason.
large island off the east coast of Africa, from Mogadishu, the name of the city in Somalia, due to an error by Marco Polo in reading Arabic, whereby he thought the name was that of the island. There is no indigenous name for the whole island. Related: Madagascan.
Note: The island of Madagascar is the fourth largest in the world.
Note: Madagascar was under French control from the late nineteenth century until 1960, when it gained full independence. Its culture mixes European, African, and South Asian influences.