Jeannet was, however, probably a netherlander; and François remained faithful to the old northern style of painting.
He was a big, swarthy netherlander, with black moustaches and a bold glance.
It is certainly true that the Javanese has never been an open book to the netherlander.
There is something very touching in the netherlander's relation with his Deity.
It was a life-and-death combat, such as always occurred when Spaniard and netherlander met, whether on land or water.
You were born in the Netherlands, and your father was a netherlander?
From 1850 to 1855 he edited The netherlander, a political and ecclesiastical review.
Vesalius (as I said) was a netherlander, born at Brussels in 1513 or 1514.
A netherlander does not find it easy to drink the health of his Spanish majesty from his heart.
Very well, netherlander, if you are troubled so much by these things why do you not do something to remedy the cause?
from Dutch Nederland, literally "lower land" (see nether); said to have been used by the Austrians (who ruled much of the southern part of the Low Countries from 1713 to 1795), by way of contrast to the mountains they knew, but the name is older than this. The Netherlands formerly included Flanders and thus were equivalent geographically and etymologically to the Low Countries. Related: Netherlander; Netherlandish (c.1600).