a native or inhabitant of North Carolina or of South Carolina.
How to use Carolinian in a sentence
According to the Census Bureau, the median annual income for a South Carolinian family of four is about $58,000.Good Newt vs. Bad Newt: Gingrich's Split-Personality Disorder | Rich Galen | December 6, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
Rep. Jeff Duncan called fellow South Carolinian Mick Mulvaney to join him in the chapel to pray for Republican leaders.
Even more unthinkable: She wasn't the first South Carolinian mom to do so.
"They could wait a week," a South Carolinian Democratic leader said then.
The Carolinian then related his trading story, which he concluded by carefully reiterating the determination he had made.Letters from the Alleghany Mountains | Charles Lanman
I would ask, being as little familiar with the low country settlements as any native-born Carolinian could be.The Master of Appleby | Francis Lynde
The South-Carolinian retreated in dudgeon, and Gurowski, chuckling, returned to his book or his paper.
He openly expressed his disapproval, and even dictated a work against it—the Carolinian books.History of the Intellectual Development of Europe, Volume I (of 2) | John William Draper
The Great Carolinian had a peculiar custom which showed that his coming with song was a ceremony he would not dispense with.A Bird-Lover in the West | Olive Thorne Miller
British Dictionary definitions for Carolinian (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for Carolinian (2 of 2)
of or relating to North or South Carolina
a native or inhabitant of North or South Carolina
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