- inhabitant or native of Trinidad
of or relating to the island of Trinidad
How To Use Trinidadian In A Sentence
- Call me an ignorant Trinidadian, but I never knew it was against the law to wear or own any camouflage or camouflage-resembling clothing in this country.
- Trinidadians and Tobagonians generally practice two forms of baptism: infant baptisms and adult baptisms.
- Observing the extent to which Trinidadians are gypped by large businesses and government offices makes me a vocal example of your assertion that the educated class is being lost to countries of the north Atlantic.
- Despite its Trinidadian roots, Cariwest happens in Edmonton, and so it's quite possible that the crowds might hear calypsos about mad cow disease or SARS!
- Trinidadians are said by Creoles to be ethnically ‘mixed-up’ like callaloo, a kind of soup made from dasheen leaves and containing crab.
- Sung in Spanish, parang is as Trinidadian as calypso.
- Two forms of native Trinidadian music - calypso and steel drum music - have become famous throughout the world.
- Years later, I ended up working for a community television house that produced a weekly magazine programme covering all things Trinidadian - from Orisha festivals to modern dance recitals.
- The food, however, was fully seasoned with Trini herbs and spices, revellers enjoyed Dhal pourie, paratha, curried mango, aloo and channa, and lots of Trinidadian sweet bread.
- The bright, sparkling space adorned with Trinidadian flags and lively with island tunes has a lot of nice house-made touches like the sweet and deadly Scotch-bonnet hot sauce and drinks like mauby, an unforgiving, bitter, and debatably restorative cold infusion made from the steeped bark of the carob tree. Chicago Reader