[ noo-fuhn-luhn-der, -lan-, -fuhnd-, nyoo- ]
/ ˈnu fənˌlən dər, -ˌlæn-, -fənd-, ˈnyu- /
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a native or inhabitant of Newfoundland.
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Origin of Newfoundlander
First recorded in 1605–15; Newfoundland + -er1
Words nearby Newfoundlander
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How to use Newfoundlander in a sentence
The Newfoundlander, whether white man or Indian, is not charged the $50.Sport in Vancouver and Newfoundland|John Rogers
Give a Newfoundlander a club, an' show un a swile-pack, an' he'll venture far from safety.Billy Topsail, M.D.|Norman Duncan
If the Newfoundlander had been by his side he would have felt comparatively safe.Frank, the Young Naturalist|Harry Castlemon
When the Newfoundlander starts out to the seal hunt he makes sure, in so far as he can, that no change in the wind is threatened.Billy Topsail & Company|Norman Duncan
At this juncture, the services of my old Newfoundlander, Retriever, came forcibly to my mind.
British Dictionary definitions for Newfoundlander
/ (njuːˈfaʊndləndə) /
a native or inhabitant of Newfoundland
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