- of or relating to Nebraska.
- Geology. of or relating to the Nebraskan.
- a native or inhabitant of Nebraska.
- Geology. the first stage of the glaciation of North America during the Pleistocene.
Origin of Nebraskan
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Examples from the Web for nebraskan
The wide-open Nebraskan landscape is endowed with a raw grace.Death in the Heartland: What Happened to Steven Haataja?
March 16, 2014
He grew up in Holdrege, a small Nebraskan town with a population of about 6,000 at the time he lived there.‘Out There’: Ryan Quincy’s Take on Those Awkward High School Years
February 22, 2013
But Kerrey will have his work cut out for him just getting that big-city smell off him and learning to speak Nebraskan again.Fischer vs. Kerrey in Nebraska
May 16, 2012
What had happened to the doomed Nebraskan town had been so obvious.The Sword and the Atopen
Taylor H. Greenfield
The Nebraskan, the Armenian, the Orduna, were subjected to submarine attacks.Woodrow Wilson and the World War
So vividly was mirrored in the poet's fancy the future of the Nebraskan desert.The Awakening of the Desert
Julius C. Birge
Three minutes after the opening flash the Nebraskan camp was deserted.The Utah Batteries: A History
Charles R. Mabey
The latter character is not present in all Nebraskan specimens.Distribution of Some Nebraskan Mammals
J. Knox Jones
- of or relating to Nebraska or its inhabitants
- a native or inhabitant of Nebraska