[ US /ˌnɪkɝˈɑɡwə/ ]
- a republic in Central America; achieved independence from Spain in 1821
How To Use Nicaragua In A Sentence
- A couple of phone calls, arranged by a deep-sea diver I came to know while working on a story on the Miskito Coast of Nicaragua, led me to an alternately boastful and paranoidly surreptitious man named Steve. The Lampshade
- The good news is that Nicaragua is now cracking down on this animal harvest.
- Even in Managua, the Nicaraguan capital, the illiteracy rate is very high.
- In return for the donation, said Bunau-Varilla, Hanna had seen to it that the Republican platform called for the construction of an “isthmian” canal, rather than specifying one at Nicaragua, as the Democrats had done. The Path Between the Seas
- It is expected to reach hurricane strength in the next 24 hours, and then smack into Nicaragua sometime on Sunday.
- I have gone through the central provinces, Chontales, Matagalpa, and Segovia; from the San Juan river, the south-eastern boundary of Nicaragua, away to the confines of Honduras on the north-west. The Naturalist in Nicaragua
- Tens of thousands also marched in Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Guatemala and Panama.
- Whereas in Nicaragua, the blind are often told they can't do anything.
- In an upset that stunned the Sandinista machine and its American sympathizers, Nicaraguans went for challenger Violeta Chamorro, who won 55% of the vote to Mr. Ortega's 41%. Ortega Won't Let Go of Nicaragua
- They are co-producing a documentary film about the Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua.