[sen-i-gaw-leez, -lees, -guh-]
- of or relating to the republic of Senegal.
- a native or inhabitant of Senegal.
Origin of Senegalese
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Examples from the Web for senegalese
And the U.S. command demanded that the black Senegalese not be included.Who Liberated Paris in August 1944?
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Senegalese lawyer Doudou Diene (PDF) was the third person selected to join the commission.U.N. Gaza Investigator: 'Anti-Israel' Label Is a 'Slur'
August 12, 2014
One hundred years ago, Senegalese natives were put on display in Norway to drum up support for colonialism.Norway’s Controversial Human Zoo Is Back
May 19, 2014
At a Walmart in Colorado, Senegalese immigrants work as managers and sell sporting goods.Africa Is Rising: Inside the Continent’s Great Economic Leap
January 6, 2013
His Senegalese father married his mother, who is from Mauritania, and then emigrated to France.‘The Intouchables’: Omar Sy on the Movie and His Success
May 25, 2012
The French troops were steady enough, but the Senegalese broke in.
A row-boat manned by Senegalese pushed from the shore and made for the "Dal."
The Senegalese Tirailleurs forming the garrison were paraded for their inspection.
I have just had a visit from a couple of Senegalese—French troops.The Incomparable 29th and the "River Clyde"
In a blackened butt of an inn, a group of Senegalese were hiding.Young Hilda at the Wars
- of or relating to Senegal or its inhabitants
- a native or inhabitant of Senegal
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