of or relating to the Hebrides or their inhabitants
a native or inhabitant of the Hebrides
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How to use Hebridean in a sentence
The unfortunate Hebridean, appalled at the omen, betook herself to her bed, and was seized with a mortal illness.Folk-Lore and Legends; Scandinavian | Various
This stirring Hebridean poem is sometimes spoken of as from the ancient Gaelic.
For so long as we were in the cathedral, the sun shone as if, instead of Hebridean seas, the Mediterranean lay beyond.
Only by a polite figure of speech can the stone pile in which the Hebridean crofter makes his home be called a cottage.
In the course of our long journey in Hebridean waters I think we saw but half a dozen.