noun, plural Cey·lon·ese.
Related formspro-Cey·lo·nese, adjective, noun, plural pro-Cey·lo·nese.
Examples from the Web for ceylonese
Ceratophora and Lyriocephalus scutatus, the latter remarkable for its chameleon-like appearance, are Ceylonese.
For the Ceylonese legend is this, that once in every hundred years an angel visits this granite pillar.Narrative And Miscellaneous Papers|Thomas De Quincey
The Laplander clothes his body in warm furs, the Ceylonese in a scanty vesture of thin cotton.The Senses and The Mind|Anonymous
But strange indeed, where every thing seems strange, is the arrangement of this Ceylonese territory and people.
Entire packs of Ceylonese species will, at the slightest alarm, become invisible by crouching on a palm-tree.The Human Side of Animals|Royal Dixon