of or relating to Siberia or its inhabitants
a native or inhabitant of Siberia
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How to use Siberian in a sentence
"Our Siberian girls are admired more by Asian countries than by the West," Elite Stars school director Tatyana Fetisova told me.Is 9-Year-Old Russian Model Kristina Pimenova Too Sexualized? | Anna Nemtsova | December 12, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Some were as old as Dostoevsky, who wrote his House of the Dead in 1861 after four years in a Siberian prison camp.
The Iberian versus Siberian debate followed the archeological gold trail from Kennewick back to Montana.Incontrovertible Evidence Proves the First Americans Came From Asia | Doug Peacock | March 27, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Those Siberian winds are cold, and cold temperatures mean absurdly light powder.Olympians Dish on Their Favorite Spots to Ski & Snowboard | The Daily Beast | October 26, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Once, visiting a Siberian factory, Putin famously presented a worker with a Swiss watch worth over $6,000.Did Putin Steal a Super Bowl Ring? Russians Wouldn’t Be Surprised. | Anna Nemtsova | June 18, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Without any, sire; and it is to be feared that in a short time dispatches will no longer cross the Siberian frontier.
It had become evident that a formidable rebellion threatened to wrest the Siberian provinces from the Russian crown.
No iron ways lead from those precious mines which make the Siberian soil far richer below than above its surface.
The natives whom business called beyond the Siberian frontier could not leave the province for a time at least.
Besides a tarantass, drawn by good Siberian horses, will always go faster than a gypsy cart!