a native or inhabitant of Michigan.
- Also called Mich·i·gan·ite [mish-i-guh-nahyt]. /ˈmɪʃ ɪ gəˌnaɪt/.
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How to use Michigander in a sentence
It will save lives, protect families, and help ensure that every Michigander is treated with dignity and respect by law.Michigan Supreme Court rules existing law bans anti-LGBTQ discrimination | Josh Alburtus | July 29, 2022 | Washington Blade
After a prolonged period of sustained success, a Michigander could be excused for imagining the present situation to be historically grim.
Never has a Michigander been more happy to share a big, great lake with you!
The Michigander pulled through, against all odds, to capture the Miss USA 2010 crown.
Her great heart went out to 138 all the men, black or white, the Virginia blacksmith and the rough Michigander.Louisa May Alcott | Louisa May Alcott
Only the long-legged Michigander kept his hold, and he looked like a pair of extended scissors.The Busted Ex-Texan and Other Stories | W. H. H. Murray
British Dictionary definitions for Michigander
a native or inhabitant of Michigan
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