West Indian

  1. a native or inhabitant of the West Indies
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How To Use West Indian In A Sentence

  • I was watching the match in a pub without sound, and I had forgotten about it, so it was not until I got home that I realised that Langer had taken a hat trick, and that was why the West Indian fieldsmen all looked so pleased.
  • The latest crisis in West Indies cricket and the unceremonious sacking of the best WI talent is the ultimate insult to West Indians.
  • I got to know a lot of people of West Indian descent. The Sun
  • Be on the lookout for Caribbean dove, West Indian woodpecker, Cuban bullfinch, and smooth-billed ani.
  • With the introduction of the Internet, electronic and computer games, etc, we have seen a reduction in the relative time spent by budding West Indian cricketers on the cricket field.
  • You're likely to see waders as well as a variety of herons, stilts, and even the endangered West Indian whistling duck.
  • Beneath/Below/Under the surface of contemporary West Indian life lurk memories of slavery.
  • The most usual track of these disturbances is across the West Indian islands, after which they curve north or northeastwards.
  • But the traditional way of preparing the north-west Indian delicacy, which is made from dried bummalo fish, is for it to be dried in the sun on the beach.
  • The proportionate postage from this commerce, even at the ratio of the present West Indian postage, to and from Great Britain and her West Indian colonies, would be 110,000_l. _ yearly; but admitting that a sum equal to _one-half_ only of _this sum_ came from the letters sent through the British Post Office, the sum gained on this station yearly would be 55,000_l. A General Plan for a Mail Communication by Steam, Between Great Britain and the Eastern and Western Parts of the World
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