of or relating to East Africa or its inhabitants
a native or inhabitant of East Africa
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How to use East African in a sentence
The rhetoric has been harsh, but given the realpolitik of East African foreign policy, the actions have been decidedly mixed.
They've turned their stretch of the East African coastline into the most dangerous waters on earth for the shipping industry.
There are no elite sprinters who are Asian—or, intriguingly, East African.What Makes a Great Olympian? Sometimes It’s Genetics | Jon Entine | August 11, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Both are synthetic versions of a natural ingredient found in the East African khat plant.What’s the Deal With Bath Salts? FAQ on the Designer Drug | Gregory Gilderman | May 31, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Over the next year, the aim is to roll out this program to other East African countries.
Nor is the East African thorn-tree desert without its victims.The Romance of Plant Life | G. F. Scott Elliot
Labour and fighting troops were freely drawn upon for the Mesopotamian and East African theatres.England, Canada and the Great War | Louis-Georges Desjardins
In 1890 a subsidy of ninety thousand marks annually was granted for an East African line on a ten-years' contract.Manual of Ship Subsidies | Edwin M. Bacon
In 1901 the subvention to the East African line was increased to one million three hundred and fifty thousand marks.Manual of Ship Subsidies | Edwin M. Bacon
Nothing causes the East African colonist more genuine concern than that his guest should not have been provided with a lion.My African Journey | Winston Churchill