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Northlander

/ (ˈnɔːθləndə) /
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noun
a native or inhabitant of the peninsula containing Norway and Sweden
(in Canada) a native or inhabitant of the far north
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How to use Northlander in a sentence

  • The Northlander's heavy, slow-moving feet stopped entirely as he turned a stolid face toward the foreman.

    Under Handicap|Jackson Gregory
  • He glanced quickly at the big Englishman and saw that his eyes were upon the Northlander.

    Under Handicap|Jackson Gregory
  • As a Northlander I cannot accustom myself to the French mode of acting tragedy.

    The True Story of My Life|Hans Christian Andersen
  • He greeted the arrival with the easy casualness of the northlander.

    The Triumph of John Kars|Ridgwell Cullum
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