Example sentences from the Web for fiji
The remains were shipped to Fiji just as the war was about to sweep the region.
But la-di-da people also buy that water in Fiji and have it shipped thousands of miles, so maybe they would have been fine.
From shark diving in Fiji to living like a wizard, check out the eight wildest new summer camps for kids.
At Lafayette, Euler allegedy joined FIJI, a fraternity not recognized by the administration.
A source who attended parties at the FIJI house told The Daily Beast she cannot recall an entire night spent there.
Twenty children at school; but the island is almost depopulated, some seven hundred gone to Brisbane and Fiji.Life of John Coleridge Patteson|Charlotte M. Yonge
In Fiji the natives, when they go fishing, blacken their faces.
Fitiaumua, or Fiji the foremost, is also mixed up with Manu'a history.Samoa, A Hundred Years Ago And Long Before|George Turner
Then there was war in Kauvandra—such a war as has never since been seen in Fiji.The Fijians|Basil Thomson
We were carrying about five hundred thousand feet of select lumber to Suva, Fiji Islands.The Flying Bo'sun|Arthur Mason
British Dictionary definitions for fiji
Cultural definitions for fiji
A nation composed of several hundred islands in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, located about two thousand miles northeast of Sydney, Australia. Viti Levu, the largest island, constitutes half the land area of the group. Suva is its capital and largest city.