Examples from the Web for netherlander
It is well that my walls have no ears; but if a Netherlander were to utter them, I would not answer for the consequences.The Golden Grasshopper|W.H.G. Kingston
Spaniard and Netherlander met daily in deadly combat within the bowels of the earth.The Rise of the Dutch Republic, Volume II.(of III) 1566-74|John Lothrop Motley
What a transformation bad taken place in the Netherlander's quiet, orderly, scrupulously neat studio!A Word Only A Word, Complete|Georg Ebers
The Netherlander is most difficult to move, but once roused he is far more difficult to pacify.Dutch Life in Town and Country|P. M. Hough
People liked, by using a heraldic symbol, to designate the Netherlander as 'the Lions'.Erasmus and the Age of Reformation|Johan Huizinga
noun the Netherlands (functioning as singular or plural)
from Dutch Nederland, literally "lower land" (see nether); said to have been used by the Austrians (who ruled much of the southern part of the Low Countries from 1713 to 1795), by way of contrast to the mountains they knew, but the name is older than this. The Netherlands formerly included Flanders and thus were equivalent geographically and etymologically to the Low Countries. Related: Netherlander; Netherlandish (c.1600).