of or relating to Acadia or its inhabitants.
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How to use Acadian in a sentence
There could be no more fitting companion for the Acadian chicken stew entree inscribed on a blackboard in the dining room.On the Canadian Border, It's Pancakes for Every Meal | Jane & Michael Stern | July 6, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Extensive tracts of good arable land exist in many parts of the Acadian region.
The decrepit figure in its quaint Acadian garb was one to be remembered.Earth's Enigmas | Charles G. D. Roberts
Old Remi Corveau was a man of means among the Acadian peasants.Earth's Enigmas | Charles G. D. Roberts
We gnashed our teeth with rage at not having seen the Acadian.
Whether it was adopted or not, New England in peace or war had a lion's share of the Acadian fisheries.A Half Century of Conflict - Volume I | Francis Parkman
British Dictionary definitions for Acadian
denoting or relating to Acadia or its inhabitants
any of the early French settlers in Nova Scotia, many of whom were deported to Louisiana in the 18th century: See also Cajun
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