noun, plural Leb·a·nese.
Origin of Lebanese
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Contemporary Examples of lebanese
The camera passes to each hostage in turn to allow them to plead with the Lebanese government to let them live.
After almost five months without a solution, the lack of initiative is starting to embarrass the Lebanese government.
Major General Jean Kahwaji of the Lebanese armed forces recently declared an “open-ended war” with the militants.
In their midst stands a soldier with the Lebanese armed forces in a red beret, sporting an assault rifle and an unblinking stare.
The group said 10 explosions were heard near Dimas, which is very close to the Lebanese border.Israel Sends Warning to Assad, Russia and Iran With Damascus Airstrikes
December 7, 2014
Historical Examples of lebanese
For nearly 10 years, the Lebanese have lived from tragedy to tragedy with no hope for their future.
He'd rear back and squint at Cam like a Lebanese fruit vendor and thoughtfully pick his nose.Telempathy
The ex-Marine was munching on a Lebanese tangerine and watching the Nile boats below.The Egyptian Cat Mystery
Harold Leland Goodwin