Kiwi

[ UK /kˈiːwiː/ ]
[ US /ˈkiwi/ ]
NOUN
  1. a native or inhabitant of New Zealand
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How To Use Kiwi In A Sentence

  • The average Australian earns about $120 a week more than the average Kiwi.
  • The fruit from the prickly pear - a cross between kiwi fruit and a ripe pear - is wonderful.
  • Chops, our de facto Kiwi skipper and engineer, makes another valiant attempt to get it going with the starter cord.
  • Despite the reverse, Kiwi Searancke's players earned a consolation bonus point to cling on to their lead in Pool B and remain on course to secure a home quarter-final.
  • So not only have I finally come across a few Kiwis after all this time here, but they are also surfers!
  • The sweet little Kiwi chalet girls were still glowing with excitement as they recounted their tales.
  • Unfortunateley in Queensland they had a despot called Johannes Bjelke-Petersen, a Kiwi of determined jackboot disposition. Cheeseburger Gothic » God bless you, big insurance company.
  • Her announcement ended: ‘In these forests the future now belongs to the kereru, the kiwi and the kaka.’
  • Living relatives of moa include the emus, ostrich, and kiwi, which are members of a bird group called ratites.
  • Forget for now the flightless kiwi, the koru and the silver fern. Times, Sunday Times
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