Origin of Ceylonese
OTHER WORDS FROM Ceylonesepro-Cey·lo·nese, adjective, noun, plural pro-Cey·lo·nese.
Words nearby Ceylonese
How to use Ceylonese in a sentence
But strange indeed, where every thing seems strange, is the arrangement of this Ceylonese territory and people.
Ceratophora and Lyriocephalus scutatus, the latter remarkable for its chameleon-like appearance, are Ceylonese.
The Laplander clothes his body in warm furs, the Ceylonese in a scanty vesture of thin cotton.The Senses and The Mind|Anonymous
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
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