1. a native or inhabitant of Antigua
  1. of or relating to or characteristic of Antigua or its people
    Antiguan islands
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How To Use Antiguan In A Sentence

  • In Antiguan, jumby means "playful spirit" and the resort's extracurricular activities cover the gamut, from snorkeling excursions to nearby Bird Island to champagne stargazing (you can spot the elusive Andromeda galaxy) and nighttime treks along Pasture Beach where the hawksbill sea turtle nests. Top Stories
  • Antiguan islands
  • Nine of the critically endangered species targeted by the grants are reptiles, including the Siamese crocodile, Antiguan racer, and river terrapin; seven are birds, including the Siberian crane, Polynesian ground-dove, and Madagascar pochard; and five are mammals, including the giant sable and the duiker, in addition to the Ethiopian wolf. Salazar Announces Nearly $650 Thousand in Grants to Conserve Critically Endangered Wildlife Around the Globe
  • While we're at it, we should throw in the fact that he so vividly recounts a rendezvous with an Antiguan immigration officer.
  • ST JOHN'S, Antigua -- A firm appointed by Antiguan authorities to liquidate the assets of R. Allen Stanford's offshore Caribbean bank has won control of assets in the U.K. worth more than $100 million, a defeat for a U. S.-appointed receiver in an ongoing fight over jurisdiction in the case. The Herald | - Front
  • Behind the late twentieth century reviving and respecifying of the place of Afro-Antiguans and Barbudans in the cultural life of the society, is a history of race/ethnic relations that systematically excluded them.
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