Oklahoman

[ US /ˌoʊkɫəˈhoʊmən/ ]
NOUN
  1. a native or resident of Oklahoma
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How To Use Oklahoman In A Sentence

  • Guthrie was a middle-class Oklahoman with a calculated aw-shucks cowboy manner, who just happened to be a Communist Party sympathizer and had written for communist newspapers.
  • This guy's maps say that Oklahomans are tops in "agreeableness" and "conscientiousness when maps collide
  • GRACE: Joining us now with the "Oklahoman," Chad Previch. CNN Transcript May 22, 2007
  • Oklahoma City resident called The Oklahoman about 8 p.m. WN.com - Articles related to Cold weather is blamed in insulation job delay
  • The Oklahoma City newspaper, The Daily Oklahoman, is one of the most politically biased newspapers in the country, even in the presentation of so-called straight news. Think Progress » VIDEO: Inhofe ‘Very Proud’ There’s Never Been a Homosexual Relationship in the ‘Recorded History of Our Family’
  • The Daily Oklahoman is the most widely distributed newspaper and it has the dubious honor of being the Worst Newspaper in America. Think Progress » Attempting To Strip Gays Of Hate Crimes Protections, Oklahoma Removes Protections For Race/Religion Instead
  • Both the CCP and the KMT resented what Dorn called the Oklahoman’s “bland assumption that he could settle their difficulties by charm, by kidding, by so-called frank talks, and by empty promises.” The Last Empress
  • According to the daily "Oklahoman," a former House page now working on a gubernatorial campaign for Oklahoma Republican Congressman Ernest Istook has hired this attorney. CNN Transcript Oct 5, 2006
  • Dayna Dunbar is a native Oklahoman who currently makes her home in Los Dayna Dunbar biography
  • The Oklahoman is a biased non credible source of media. NewsOK.com RSS - home
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