[ UK /ˌæbəɹˈɪd‍ʒənˌi/ ]
[ US /ˌæbɝˈɪdʒəni/ ]
  1. an indigenous person who was born in a particular place
    the art of the natives of the northwest coast
    the Canadian government scrapped plans to tax the grants to aboriginal college students
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How To Use aborigine In A Sentence

  • Bruno had also bought calamine lotion and after our shower we patterned ourselves all over our bites like Aborigines painted for a corroboree.
  • Taken from their families and forced to live in "white" orphanages, three mixed-race aborigine children escape, traveling 1500 miles back home, using the title fence as their guide. Cinematical
  • It was the boobook owl, mopoke, a totem being to the Arrernte Aborigines of these arid lands along the Macdonnell Ranges to the west of Alice Springs. Wildwood
  • Their study of the Aranda Aborigines of Central Australia is still widely quoted.
  • They are spoken in the Torres Strait, and among Aborigines in northern Australia.
  • The aborigines do hunt bears sometimes, attracted by the high profits.
  • However, for the 100,000 or so Aborigines (50,000 of them under the age of twenty) who are living mostly in remote or extremely remote communities, the story is one of unrelieved tragedy and horror.
  • The distinctive cultural trace of Brazil is anthropophagy -- from culture to technology, the legacy of a former, lazy European monarchy in a tropical country where the aborigines, after banqueting over the odd whitey, were merrily exterminated while Europeans and black slaves copulated freely, with no Catholic guilt involved (there's no sin below the Equator). Pepe Escobar: Is Brazil the New United States?
  • The aborigines of the country, driven like the Bhils and other autochthonic Indians, into the eastern and south-eastern wilds bordering upon the ocean. Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah
  • Is he in league with the aborigines?
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