noun (often initial capital letter)
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Origin of demerara
OTHER WORDS FROM demeraradem·e·ra·ran, adjective
Words nearby demerara
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Example sentences from the Web for demerara
Spread the demerara sugar or sparkling sugar, if using, onto a baking sheet.Tutti frutti makes these buttery orange cookies look and taste like a party|Hetal Vasavada|December 2, 2020|Washington Post
The slaves of many plantations on the eastern coast of Demerara had formed a conspiracy to obtain their freedom.Fox's Book of Martyrs|John Foxe
Another uncle had estates in Demerara, and in the autumn Waterton sailed thither from Portsmouth.
Demerara yields to no country in the world in her wonderful and beautiful productions of the feathered race.
Mosquitos are very rare after you pass the third island in the Demerara, and sand-flies but seldom appear.
To the northward there is a hill higher than any in the Demerara; and in the south-south-west quarter a mountain.