Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to Morocco, a sultanate in northwestern Africa, lying west of Algeria, or its inhabitants.
- n. A person from Morocco or of Moroccan descent.
- adj. Of, from, or pertaining to Morocco or the Moroccan people.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Of or pertaining to Morocco, or its inhabitants.
- adj. of or relating to or characteristic of Morocco or its people
- n. a native or inhabitant of Morocco
“YASSIN KHATIB, MOROCCAN EMBASSY: You could say that today, within Moroccan society, every larger family has someone working in some other countries abroad.”
“The Telegraph reports that the Moroccan is staying in an unidentified women's shelter.”
“But, I think I consider your style as avant-gardist because what we have seen nearly thirty or forty years in Moroccan cinemas through out realistic European and American cinema is the same use of slung language of the street.”
“Gay-Maroc-Musul, a blog interested in Moroccan gay issues, reminds us how financing is important and explains how NGOs, including the Moroccan prominent Anti-Aids association ALCS, who have met with French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner on April 22nd, to ask for more funds for The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, have been disappointed by the minister's response:”
“And Moroccan is bad if you hate that particular combination of spices they use plus fruit in savory food.”
“NOTE: Preserved lemons are often used in Moroccan cooking.”
“It is not couscous as that term is commonly used in Moroccan cooking.”
“This cadaverous ascetic whom one scarcely connected with fleshly gratification admitted that he had seldom tasted such bliss as with certain Moroccan girls," whose candid sensuality he described in very direct terms.”
“During World War II, your wise and courageous grandfather blocked efforts of the Vichy government to identify and label Moroccan Jews.”
“Moroccan because the top floor of Mariah's Manhattan apartment is called the Moroccan Room thanks to its décor and probably more importantly, it was where Nick proposed to mumma M.”
Looking for tweets for Moroccan.