Definition for tangier (2 of 2)
adjective, tang·i·er, tang·i·est.
Related formstang·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for tangier
It deals with a long distance relationship from Detroit to Tangier.Tilda Swinton Blasts Putin at SXSW, Discusses ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’ and ‘My Cousin’ David Bowie|Marlow Stern|March 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The great moonlight flit from Marrakech to Tangier was in motion.
Craving something lighter and tangier, they concocted this miracle of pies.
We had full, flowing, picturesque Moorish costumes which we purchased in the bazaars of Tangier.The Letters Of Mark Twain, Volume 2, 1867-1875|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
In the early spring of 1882, having a troublesome cough which I could not shake off, I was ordered to take a trip to Tangier.Forty Years of 'Spy'|Leslie Ward
He will follow with his men, they are well-trained detectives, and it will be mere child's play for them to track us to Tangier.The Passenger from Calais|Arthur Griffiths
Arrived at Tangier, nearly a week elapsed before a Hungarian boat put in, by which we could sail for Mogador.In the Tail of the Peacock|Isabel Savory
This day Mr. Bland went away hence towards his voyage to Tangier.Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete|Samuel Pepys