Examples from the Web for southerner
Note that this includes George H.W. Bush as a Southerner by virtue of his Texas residency.
Between 1952 and 2004, the major party Presidential tickets included at least one Southerner between them.
Before 2008, the last election not to include a Southerner was 1948, which included candidates from Kentucky and Missouri.
For a Southerner, he is relatively immune to the cult of Bobby Lee.
A month after meeting Stella, Castelli showed Cy Twombly, another Southerner like Rauschenberg and Johns.
"That's part of my plantation, yes," answered the Southerner.Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue in the Sunny South|Laura Lee Hope
Rubbish—he's a loyal Southerner—and if we have to fight he'll be with us.The Victim|Thomas Dixon
"Don't you want one of the windows for a souvenir," joked the Southerner.The Boy Scouts of the Air in Indian Land|Gordon Stuart
A southerner, hearing a great commotion in his chicken-house one dark night, took his revolver and went to investigate.Toaster's Handbook|Peggy Edmund and Harold W. Williams, compilers
Oh, a southerner would call it depression, and assign it to the liver, for he traces all trouble to that source.Kate Carnegie and Those Ministers|Ian Maclaren
British Dictionary definitions for southerner
Word Origin and History for southerner
1817, American English, from southern. Contrasted with Yankee by 1828.