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[ah-chuh-neez, -nees, ach-uh-]
noun, plural A·chi·nese.
  1. Atjehnese.
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Examples from the Web for achinese

Historical Examples of achinese

  • He said that in the interior the Dutch were still fighting the Achinese.

    My Life in Many States and in Foreign Lands

    George Francis Train

  • I did not, on the occasion of my first visit, see anything of the Achinese.

  • A rich mine of copper is worked at Mukki near Labuan-haji, by the Achinese.

    The History of Sumatra

    William Marsden

  • The Achinese in the meantime fitted their canoe with outriggers on each side, and made a mast and a substantial sail with mats.

    Notable Voyagers

    W.H.G. Kingston and Henry Frith

  • The Achinese proved that; they held the force at bay for hours in a gorge, though less than a score.

    The Woodlands Orchids

    Frederick Boyle