of or relating to Madagascar or its inhabitants
a native or inhabitant of Madagascar
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How to use Madagascan in a sentence
At a motion from the Automaton a dark-skinned Madagascan stepped forward and lighted the five candles.
Then he went directly to the Madagascan, whose overbearing air of assurance immediately forsook him at the Chinaman's approach.
Let this lady tell her that the Madagascan has brought an antidote that will restore his reason.
The Madagascan nodded and raised one of Balcom's hands to his own forehead as a sign of his fidelity.
When the Madagascan heard a key in the door he stealthily peeped from his hiding-place and saw, instead of Zita, Locke.