[ US /saɪˈbɪɹiən/ ]
  1. of or relating to or characteristic of Siberia or the Siberians
    Siberian natural resources
    Siberian coal miners
    the Siberian tundra
  1. a native or inhabitant of Siberia
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How To Use Siberian In A Sentence

  • During changeable weather, the temperature can veer from sub-Mediterranean to Siberian.
  • Speaking from the Siberian city of Khanty-Mansiysk, where the ballot was held, CJ de Mooi, the president of the English Chess Federation, said: It was unbelievable. Chess world shocked as Karpov fails to capture top job
  • The Siberian northern boreal forests, called Taiga, where the fires were burning are mainly spruce and fir trees.
  • Also known as Siberian weasels, these little furbearers are found in Siberia, China and other parts of Asia.
  • Another important result of dendrochronological dating of large samples of subfossil wood is the ability to calculate the relative abundance of Siberian spruce in forest stands of the area, which is an index or proxy for the degree of continentality of the climate. Climate change and forest distribution in the Arctic
  • Something attacks the remote Siberian Saint Samuil of Arkady monastery that contains in its scriptorium books written by the Users; every resident except Va the monk dies in the assault; the reference tomes are stolen. The Lost Art-Simon Morden « The Merry Genre Go Round Reviews
  • As the snowdrops and winter aconite begin to depart, glory-of-the-snow, Siberian squill, dwarf iris, and puschkinia might arrive. Suzy Bales: Looking For Compounding Interest? Plant Bulbs!
  • Tipperary man Henry Kellett was the first European to sight and chart the Siberian coast.
  • The most commonly used herbs are echinacea, St. John's wort, ginkgo biloba, garlic, saw palmetto, ginseng, goldenseal, aloe, Siberian ginseng and valerian.
  • No summary can do justice to this hilarious book—Kennan's wit never fails him, just as a companion from California never fails, no matter how catastrophic the Siberian winter turns, to claim that he has seen "worse storms in the Sierra Nevadas. Five Best: Larry McMurtry
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