Ugandan

[ US /ˌjuˈɡændən, ˌjuˈɡɑndən/ ]
NOUN
  1. a native or inhabitant of Uganda
ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to or characteristic of Uganda or its people
    Ugandan game parks
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How To Use Ugandan In A Sentence

  • Marburg (filovirus) Closely related to Ebola, this virus was identified in 1967 when 31 people were infected in West Germany and Yugoslavia by Ugandan green monkeys. 7 died. Outbreak Of Fear
  • Bananas for cooking, commonly known as matoke, are gaining popularity in the UK and U.S., which have large populations of Ugandans in the Diaspora. AllAfrica News: Latest
  • The soldiers were engaged in a military operation close to the Ugandan border.
  • There was a layout of a Ugandan railway, designed and built by a former serviceman, that included tiny model animals ranging from aardvarks to zebra.
  • The authenticity of the portrayal of Ugandan life is also vital to her. Times, Sunday Times
  • Thandie landed the role of an Ugandan teen who falls in love with a white schoolboy.
  • I am a woman of both “black” (Ugandan) and “white” (Norwegian) heritage, but my physical resemblance is refered to as black. Claudia Schiffer Pregnant
  • A second assault team took out off - duty terrorists and Ugandan guards.
  • He was accused in a report of plundering the Democratic Republic of the Congo's mineral resources, while the Ugandan army was involved in the five-year Congolese war.
  • Ugandan game parks
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