Related formsZan·zi·ba·ri, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for zanzibari
From the screaming I thought a general massacre had commenced, for I had not seen a single Zanzibari.
I have made two pairs, but they did not last long, and all my clothes have been stolen by 'Rehani,' a Zanzibari.
And, to complete the casualties, a Zanzibari of the rear column succumbed to manioc poison.
We agreed to call that way and purchase them at any cost, and Mr. Mackay furnished us with two Zanzibari guides.
Arriving at camp, we discovered four Madi carriers to have deserted with the kits of their Zanzibari mates.