OTHER WORDS FROM New OrleansNew Or·lea·ni·an [awr-lee-nee-uh n, -leen-yuh n] /ɔrˈli ni ən, -ˈlin yən/, noun
Examples from the Web for new orleans
These laborious men supplied the troops and the inhabitants of New-Orleans with garden stuff.
Steamers carry freights up the Mississippi river two thousand miles from New-Orleans, and find it profitable.
Like New-Orleans, this city has been the grave of many young and ambitious adventurers.The South-West|Jonathon Holt Ingraham
They attempted to run from Havre to New-Orleans; but this again failed, after four voyages.
It is pleasant to see the process of reconstruction going on so well in New-Orleans under the bayonets of our troops.
British Dictionary definitions for new orleans
Culture definitions for new orleans
Port city in southeastern Louisiana.