/ (bɑːˈbeɪdɪən) /
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of or relating to Barbados or its inhabitants
a native or inhabitant of Barbados
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Words nearby Barbadian
baraza, barb, barba, barba amarilla, barbacan, Barbadian, Barbados, Barbados aloe, Barbados earth, Barbados gooseberry, Barbados nut
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How to use Barbadian in a sentence
They replicated the Barbadian plantation model, growing mainly rice and tobacco, and had an outsized impact on early America.The Original Slave Colony: Barbados and Andrea Stuart’s ‘Sugar in the Blood’|Eric Herschthal|January 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
With the help of his newspaper friends, Stuart was able to send to his paper a fairly well-written article on the Barbadian negro.Plotting in Pirate Seas|Francis Rolt-Wheeler
The manager of this estate confirmed the testimony of the Barbadian planters in every important particular.The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus|American Anti-Slavery Society
Indeed, the Barbadian population, as a mass, strikes one as the darkest in the West Indies.Two Years in the French West Indies|Lafcadio Hearn
Sir Graham Briggs is perhaps the most distinguished representative of the old Barbadian families.
I know not why I should be thought likely to add anything to the load of Barbadian afflictions.