Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or belonging to California, one of the Pacific States of the United States: as, Californian gold.
- n. A native or an inhabitant of California.
- n. An inhabitant of California.
- adj. Of or relating to California.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Of or pertaining to California.
- adj. of or relating to or characteristic of California or its inhabitants
- n. a native or resident of California
- California + -an (Wiktionary)
“The Daily Californian is live-blogging the day's events here.”
“In a short and apparently off-the-cuff acceptance speech Brown vowed to try and forge a consensus in Californian politics despite an unusually bitter and negative campaign against Whitman.”
“It was a devastating political blow for Whitman, the former chief executive of eBay, who spent an astonishing $160m (£100m) on her campaign, making it the most expensive governor's race in Californian history.”
“Despite the fact that marijuana arrests have tripled in Californian in the last 20 years, marijuana remains widely available to young people.”
“The time is here for use here in Californian to vote Miss Feinstein out.”
“Yes, one of the most damaging in Southern Californian history.”
“The spirited "Sex on Tuesday," in Berkeley's Daily Californian, is credited with being one of the first collegiate sex columns (it made its debut in 1997), and it remains, in style and substance, typical of the genre.”
“My new respect for France, whose wines inspired Shinn and Page at the start of their winemaking adventures, grew from my surprise at tasting a remarkably distinguished Shinn Estate wine made from a grape that in Californian hands has acquired a deservedly dismal reputation among wine snobs, most famously the one played by Paul Giamatti in Sideways: Merlot.”
“The 24-year-old Californian is bidding for a fourth Grand Slam title to add to her 1998 U.S.”
“The third was Willis Lamb, a tall, thin Californian with a slight squint and a quiet erudition, both in physics and out.”
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