Examples from the Web for zimbabwe
There are 13 other countries on the list, including Pakistan, Zimbabwe, and Iraq.
While Zimbabwe was ordinary, it was also powerfully captivating.
Unlike my peers who were mostly going to Britain or Spain, I chose Zimbabwe.
And my beloved Zimbabwe has sunk from a promising beacon into an abyss of greed and dictatorship.
A few days after graduation from college, I rushed back to Zimbabwe.
So a police-boy from the town camp was sent on to escort them, and the Zimbabwe camp notified by runner of their approach.
For one thing, Zimbabwe was evidently connected with a gold industry on a very large scale.
There seems little doubt that Zimbabwe was the work of a prehistoric and long-forgotten people.An African Adventure|Isaac F. Marcosson
"We'll go on to Zimbabwe to-morrow and camp beside the ruins," answered Meryl.
Then, again, it is only twelve miles from Victoria to Zimbabwe.Through South Africa|Henry M. Stanley
British Dictionary definitions for zimbabwe
Word Origin and History for zimbabwe
southern African nation, 1980, named for an ancient city there, from Bantu zimba we bahwe "houses of stones," from zimba, plural of imba "house" + bahwe "stones." Previously known as Rhodesia (1964-80).
Culture definitions for zimbabwe
Landlocked republic in south-central Africa, bordered by Botswana to the west, Zambia to the north, Mozambique to the east, and South Africa to the south. Formerly called Rhodesia. Harare (formerly called Salisbury) is the capital and largest city.