Words nearby Samoa
How to use Samoa in a sentence
There were numerous times the film’s aesthetics will remind viewers more of Korea and China, and even farther-flung places like Samoa and Central America, than Southeast Asia.
She's the first American Samoan in Congress, born in Leloaloa, American Samoa.
Samoa Air's chief executive, Chris Langton, said charging by weight was the fairest method.
The Seward Johnson is a 204-foot research vessel that set out from American Samoa to Howland Island to look for the plane.Is Amelia Earhart Mystery Solved? Why the Aviator Lifts Our Hearts|Susan Butler|June 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Besides Guam and the Northern Marianas, they are Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and American Samoa.Guam and Saipan Make Tempting Targets for Delegate-Hungry GOP Candidates|Ben Jacobs|March 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Dao Tuyet Lien broke free from forced labor in Samoa to earn two college degrees, launch her own business, and start a family.
If we could only have Macgregor here with his schooner, you would hear of no more troubles in Samoa.
I see whole vistas of questions arising, and here am I in Samoa!
I shall feel for the first time as if you knew a little about Samoa after that.
These are the elements of a very pretty lawsuit which you had better come to Samoa to compromise.
It does give me a sense of having done something in Samoa after all.
British Dictionary definitions for Samoa
Cultural definitions for Samoa
A group of volcanic (see volcano) islands in the south Pacific Ocean, approximately midway between Hawaii and Sydney, Australia, making up the independent kingdom of Western Samoa and the United States territory of American Samoa.