[ US /mɝˈɑkən/ ]
  1. a native or inhabitant of Morocco
  1. of or relating to or characteristic of Morocco or its people
    Moroccan mosques cannot be entered by infidels
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How To Use Moroccan In A Sentence

  • The Moroccan government claims to be acting constructively, but pretends that Western Sahara is not partitioned, and that the Polisario-controlled areas are a buffer zone in which the Polisario has no presence. Global Voices in English » Western Sahara: Landmine Injures Five During Peaceful Protest
  • Moroccan lamb meatballs, halibut and shrimp cakes with romesco, brioche panini with fontina and truffle oil, roasted pepper and Serrano ham, fried risotto balls, tuna tartare with chermoula on toast, fried polenta with mushroom duxelle. Three Stages of Amazement
  • Her Moroccan spin on chicken flew past the glazed and cidery take on beer-can chicken.
  • By the heyday of the binder's craft, the early to mid eighteenth century, two types of leather were recognized as the best: skiver, or lambskin, which was strong but so thin that it scarcely required any paring, and Moroccan goatskin, which was highly valued for its skiver-like characteristics combined with its delightful reddish color. Books: Modernity's Abuse of an Art
  • As in an authentic Moroccan riad, the home encompasses an enclosed court-yard with a shaded arcade for lounging.
  • a Moroccan guestworker in Canada was accused of aiding terrorists
  • The country from where most people emigrate is Morocco, which in 2005 had more then 3 million Moroccan citizens registered at the Moroccan consulates abroad. Archive 2008-01-01
  • The museum presents Moroccan pre - historic and pre - Islamic sites from the northern region of Morocco.
  • Energy and Global Warming News for 11/12/09: Germany to help develop Moroccan solar-thermal energy projects; Clinton calls Copenhagen "steppingstone"; Military's growing thirst for oil is costing lives - report The Seattle activists 'coming of age in Cophenhagen will be very disobedient Climate Progress
  • The "Pigeon in Crispy Pastille" in the Moroccan restaurant is a delicate patty of tender shredded pigeon in crispy layers of millefeuille, an edible work of art, while the "Orange Salad" dessert offers magical orbs of orange ambrosia that burst in your mouth like citrus caviar. Being a Paying Guest of the King
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