- in·ter-Car·ib·be·an, adjective
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How to use Caribbean in a sentence
It adds the decision creates an important legal precedent that can be used to challenge sodomy laws in other Caribbean countries.OAS commission issues landmark ruling against Jamaica sodomy law | Michael K. Lavers | February 24, 2021 | Washington Blade
Because it adapts particularly well to a wide range of climates, the fruit subsequently propagated throughout the Caribbean islands, the Yucatán Peninsula, and eventually into Central and South America.
Vanilla Orange was inspired by our love of Creamsicles and a drink very popular in the Caribbean, where I am from.Changing the plant-based food industry one spoon at a time | Rachel King | February 7, 2021 | Fortune
His students joked about the way he frequently arrived for class about 10 minutes late — some attributed it to his easygoing Caribbean demeanor.
Clients have flooded the company with requests for big parties in Europe and the Caribbean, with some budgets topping $1 million.Vaccine rollout could boost the travel industry—and spell the end of deep discounts | Rachel King | December 24, 2020 | Fortune
When we had that meeting in the Caribbean, Jeffrey was holding his own and not only was he a pleasant host, he was pleasant guy.Sleazy Billionaire’s Double Life Featured Beach Parties With Stephen Hawking | M.L. Nestel | January 8, 2015 | THE DAILY BEAST
In a bizarre matchup, the Pirates of the Caribbean actor came for the 20-year-old singer this past July in Ibiza.
And now Reggaeton is king in Cuba as it is in most of the Caribbean.
They have pushed into just about every other corner of the Caribbean and Central America where airports exist.
The founder of Pan Am, Juan Trippe, knew how business was done in the Caribbean.
The island of Jamaica is so situated within the basin of the Caribbean that it does not feel the full influence of the trades.Outlines of the Earth's History | Nathaniel Southgate Shaler
They suggested at once the ancient inhabitants from whom the Caribbean Sea has taken its name.Gardens of the Caribbees, v. 1/2 | Ida May Hill Starr
In the sheltered Caribbean cove the water was warm as milk, green and clear as liquid beryl, and shot through with shimmering sun.Kings in Exile | Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts
We started on our voyage, the Caribbean silent, like the savage that he was, paddled without uttering a word.A Romance of the West Indies | Eugne Sue
First his father ruined, then the whole family compelled to leave their home and drift on the Caribbean.The Hero of Panama | F. S. Brereton
British Dictionary definitions for Caribbean
of, or relating to, the Caribbean Sea and its islands
of, or relating to, the Carib or any of their languages
the Caribbean the states and islands of the Caribbean Sea, including the West Indies, when considered as a geopolitical region
short for the Caribbean Sea
a member of any of the peoples inhabiting the islands of the Caribbean Sea, such as a West Indian or a Carib
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