American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A member of an Akan people of Ghana, formerly united in the Ashanti kingdom.
- n. The Twi language of the Ashanti.
- A region and former kingdom of western Africa in present-day central Ghana. The powerful Ashanti confederation of states, formed in the late 17th century, was defeated by the British in 1896 and annexed to the British Gold Coast colony in 1901.
“OTUMFUO OSEI TUTU, II, ASHANTI KING: The Golden Stool is the symbol of authority of (UNINTELLIGIBLE) and the embodiment of the soul of the Ashanti people.”
“R&B singer Ashanti is said to be camera shy after putting on a bit of weight this summer.”
“Ashanti is not completely curedshe still takes a low dose of PEG-ADA.”
“Ashanti is not the same as Beyoncé; the former is a popular singer who recently appeared on the cover of a New York newspaper carrying a handbag printed with a greatly enlarged photograph of her own face; the latter is a popular singer who has won several Grammy Awards and who performed the national anthem at the most recent Super Bowl — the Janet Jackson one.”
“Verdict: In his autobiography, Caine calls Ashanti the worst, most wretched movie he ever made.”
“The campaign has raised about $1.3 million in mostly in-kind donations so far, including the 72 ounces of gold from AngloGold Ashanti, which is worth about $127,000 at current prices.”
“The traditional cloth of the Ashanti is the Kente Cloth.”
“Curls Milkshake (described as Ashanti's favorite), is a nurturing moisturizer, formulated with pure coconut milk and certified organic aloe leaf juice.”
“Although Howard first made his mark on the small screen on the short-lived sitcom Sparks and in memorable music videos such as Ashanti's "Foolish," he's spent the bulk of his career in film.”
“Red Carter yellow graphic stripe 'Ashanti' triangle top at Bluefly”
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