a native or inhabitant of Illinois.
of or relating to Illinois or its inhabitants.
- Also Illinoian, Il·li·nois·i·an.
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How to use Illinoisan in a sentence
The bewildered Illinoisan betook himself at once to the President, and related the result of his conference.Abraham Lincoln: Was He A Christian? | John B. Remsburg
What more natural than that in falling and being caught, she should have thrown her arms round the stout neck of the Illinoisan?The Coward | Henry Morford
"I have forgotten it already, so far as repeating it to any mortal man is concerned," replied the Illinoisan.The Coward | Henry Morford
The speaker was a Southern Illinoisan of twenty-five years ago, and his only auditor was a brother farmer.Romance of California Life | John Habberton
The bewildered Illinoisan betook himself at once to the President and related the result of the conference.Lincoln's Yarns and Stories | Alexander K. McClure
British Dictionary definitions for Illinoisan
a native or inhabitant of Illinois
of or relating to Illinois or its inhabitants
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