Related formsO·ce·an·i·an, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for oceania
Wellington, New Zealand Our Oceania pick is the latest city to wholeheartedly embrace the global Brooklyn movement.
Oceania had to be at war with someone otherwise they would begin to see what the world around them lacked.Thank Goodness We’ve Got A Plan! Let the War Begin!|Michael Carson|September 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In works such as “Oceania,” featuring cut-outs birds, fish, coral and leaves, the walls of his apartment became the canvas itself.This Summer, Get Thee To London For The RSC’s Henry IV|Emma Woolf|April 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Of those, 61 are European, 19 are Latin American, 14 are North American, 11 are African, 11 are Asian, and one comes from Oceania.With Pope Benedict XVI’s Retirement, Conclave Rules Prove Unclear|Christopher Dickey|February 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“You think, I dare say, that our chief job is inventing new words,” says Syme, the Dr. Johnson of Oceania.
They are found in every sea, but they abound chiefly in the Indian Ocean and Oceania.The Ocean World:|Louis Figuier
We need not think of the savage inhabitants of Oceania,—we can see enough of them and to spare in this very place.The Poor Plutocrats|Maurus Jkai
It is a straggler to Oceania and has not been recorded in the Hawaiian Islands.
When it first escapes from the parent Hydroid stock, the Oceania is almost spherical in form.Seaside Studies in Natural History|Elizabeth Cabot Cary Agassiz
This flyway is probably the one which supplies to central and eastern Oceania the largest wintering populations of shore birds.