[ US /ˈziɫəndɝ/ ]
  1. a native or inhabitant of Zealand
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How To Use Zealander In A Sentence

  • I am a Chinese New Zealander, I am Asian tauiwi, my parents are from Malaysia and my ancestors from China.
  • The New Zealander-Australian country music star battled an addiction to cocaine in the late '90s, but cleaned up before releasing his self-titled American debut in 2000.
  • There were some stunningly ignorant comments on the wero, asking why important visitors to New Zealand were greeted by "a Maori New Zealander jumping around half naked".
  • The foreshore and seabed being owned by a subset of New Zealanders instead of all New Zealanders is what the billboard is about.
  • From her earliest student shorts, repressed sexual desire has been a consistent undercurrent in the New Zealander's work.
  • We seek a solution that addresses the legitimate concerns of iwi, that is acceptable to the vast majority of New Zealanders, and that ensures public access to our beaches is protected. National Business Review (NBR) New Zealand
  • Data about them, however, must be extrapolated from demographic information compiled by the Australian and New Zealander governments.
  • They should be elected democratically and be accountable to all New Zealanders.
  • That is a critical investment in ensuring that ordinary New Zealanders can play their role and fulfil their civic duties in the justice system of this country.
  • You've only to look at the selfless behaviour of those assembled in the political arena just along the road to see that New Zealanders have a highly overdeveloped sense of fair play.
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