noun, plural Con·go·lese.
Origin of Congolese
Related formspro-Con·go·lese, adjective, noun, plural pro·-Con·go·lese.
Examples from the Web for congolese
At that time, only 16 Congolese were known to have college degrees.
Many prominent Congolese groups support the congressional law and further conflict-minerals reforms.
Many prominent Congolese human-rights activists consider minerals to be at the heart of the perpetration of atrocities.
Middle-class Congolese like himself, called “évolué,” or “evolved,” were hunted down for having ties with the Europeans.
In 1964, Kabila had been a Simba leader, and Mobutu had commanded the Congolese army.
If the lot of the Congolese apprentices is to be bettered, the initiative must be taken at some capital other than London.
In the case of the Congolese administrators the State provided (doubtless unwittingly) an incentive to harshness.
The other bank (Congolese territory), was a deserted wilderness.The Crime of the Congo|Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
We didn't want him to be tried, and the Congolese didn't want to try him if we didn't want him to be tried.Warren Commission (5 of 26): Hearings Vol. V (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy