East Indian

  1. of or relating to or located in the East Indies
  1. a native or inhabitant of the East Indies
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How To Use East Indian In A Sentence

  • Oh , I'm from Halifax , Nova Scotia. I'm Canadian of East Indian descent.
  • In the 1940s, most East Indians had only sticks and stones against the English Empire's massive military power which had been colonizing them for years in what must have felt like a permanent state of oppression.
  • Bina: Oh , I'm from Halifax , Nova Scotia. I'm Canadian of East Indian descent.
  • The Edwards family has been here ever since, contributing to the rich heritage and proud history of blacks in northeast Indiana.
  • In addition, northeast Indians show virtually no genetic admixture with other Indian groups, which has led to a remarkable genetic discontinuity between these groups.
  • The chicken arrived sizzling and actually smelled and tasted like an East Indian chicken dish because of its medley of spices - a well-guarded house secret.
  • An acquired taste has been created, which suffers under disappointment as cruelly as when the Greenlander is deprived of his whale-blubber, the Gascon of his garlic, and the East Indian of his curry.
  • While most definitely blues, he pulls in musical elements of other traditions into his music; some of his pieces have a definite East Indian influence, while others use African instruments such as the mbira and djembe.
  • It was a minute anatomical and generally descriptive account of the large fulvous Ourang-Outang of the East Indian Islands. The Murders in the Rue Morgue
  • A tala (East Indian time cycle) is called out, starting the tablas and whipping the piece into a furious frenzy with some thunderous percussion at the end.
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