Related formsGam·bi·an, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for gambia
A second document was titled: “Gambia Reborn: A Charter for Transition from Dictatorship to Democracy and Development.”
Faal told the FBI that his group was trying “restore democracy to The Gambia and improve the lives of its people.”
The Amazon biography for an author named Papa Faal mentions both Gambia and lists a military record that matches the FBI report.
The various members met for the first time when they traveled to Gambia at the beginning of December to carry out their plan.
But those strands of his identity are all wound around the conspiracy that led him back to Gambia for the first time in 23 years.
The palm-oil tree is indigenous and abundant from the river Gambia to the Congo.
Thus we find an Oran merchant corresponding with him about events happening in the negro-world of the Gambia basin in 1458.
To return to Gambia was scarcely less perilous; to do so he must traverse hundreds of miles on foot through hostile countries.Celebrated Travels and Travellers|Jules Verne
In May, 1869, the Gambia was visited by a severe epidemic of cholera.The History of the First West India Regiment|A. B. Ellis
It was under his inspiration that the coast of Africa and the Senegal and the Gambia were explored.The Century of Columbus|James J. Walsh