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Delawarean

[ del-uh-wair-ee-uhn ]

noun

  1. a native or inhabitant of Delaware.


adjective

  1. of or relating to Delaware of Delawareans.

Delawarean

/ ˌdɛləˈwɛərɪən /

adjective

  1. of or relating to the state of Delaware or its inhabitants
  2. of or relating to the Delaware river


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Three Delawarean men ages 42, 24, and 19 were diagnosed with the most recent cases of the virus — none of whom reported close contact with an individual diagnosed with monkeypox, and all of whom are now self-isolating.

Commuting by train to a 21st-century inauguration seems such a Delawarean thing to do in a state that has no major commercial airports.

Founding Father Caesar Rodney, after whom many Delawarean things are named, was a substantial enslaver.

Delawarean Wilmington is perhaps hardly known to the general public except through two of its products.

The average Delawarean of 1873 is the average Oxford gossip of 1620, with the scholarship left out.

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