- n. Plural form of Hawaiian.
“This marked the first game featuring two native Hawaiians from the island of Maui - Oakland catcher Suzuki and Phillies center fielder Shane Victorino.”
“She objects because "her people," as she calls the Hawaiians, have not been consulted, and also because no provision has been made for her.”
“He knew his Hawaiians from the outside and the in, knew them better than themselves, their Polynesian circumlocutions, faiths, customs, and mysteries.”
“I became fascinated with the idea that when those early wagon parties were making their way west through the Sierra Nevada's, the Hawaiians were already here.”
“The Hawaiians are a handsome people, scornful and sarcastic-looking even with their mirthfulness; and those who know them say that they are always quizzing and mimicking the haoles, and that they give everyone a nickname, founded on some personal peculiarity.”
“The Hawaiians are a most pleasant people to foreigners, but many of their ways are altogether aggravating.”
“The Hawaiians are a deceitful and licentious people.”
“The Hawaiians are a group of eight inhabited and four uninhabited islands lying in the North Pacific Ocean, distant from San”
“When I accepted the position as patron, Mr. Alexander assured me that it was tendered to me, not only because of the fact that the Hawaiians were the most highly civilized of any of the ancient people of those seas, but further, because I had been known so long as the friend of education, of art, and of all those refining influences which exalt the nation, and elevate the character of the individual.”
“The Hawaiians were a people of a very cheerful and playful disposition.”
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