American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Caribbean A native-born island resident or a person who has been granted the status of a native-born resident: "Resentment for what many Belongers consider Britain's parsimonious attitude has rekindled a 13-year-old debate in the islands” ( Maclean's).
“The peer is pursuing a libel action against the Independent's former publisher for a series of stories examining how the company benefited from a property boom in the Turks and Caicos Islands, where the peer is a "Belonger", a citizen entitled to certain privileges.”
“Pipes, professor emeritus at Harvard, "Memoirs of a Non-Belonger.”
“BRIAN LAMB, HOST, BOOKNOTES: Richard Pipes, author of "Vixi: Memoirs of a Non-Belonger.”
“An accident reconstruction report prepared by State Trooper Thomas Parrott states the driver, then 16, failed to yield the right of way as Belonger rolled downhill on S. Clayhill Rd., traveling an estimated 30 to 35 mph.”
“Belonger crashed into the side of the pickup truck and was killed almost instantly.”
“Specifically, they argue that this Council should not include anyone who is not a Belonger.”
“He also holds Belizean nationality and is a Belonger of the Turks & Caicos Islands.”
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