Related formsMad·a·gas·can, noun, adjectivepro-Mad·a·gas·can, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for madagascan
At a motion from the Automaton a dark-skinned Madagascan stepped forward and lighted the five candles.
But it was a very different person with whom the Madagascan had to contend in the end.
A successful pirate in the days of the Madagascan sea-rovers.The Pirates' Who's Who|Philip Gosse
But I will not longer dwell on Madagascan peculiarities, many of which, as elsewhere, are not chastening.Shadow and Light|Mifflin Wistar Gibbs
When the Madagascan heard a key in the door he stealthily peeped from his hiding-place and saw, instead of Zita, Locke.