- n. An inhabitant or a resident of the state of Texas.
- From Texas + -an, with the loss of the -as ending from Texas. (Wiktionary)
“This ex-pat Texan is homesick for ruby reds at this time every year.”
“#1 - Homesick Texan is right - real Texas chili never met a tomato.”
“This fellow homesick Texan is seriously missing a big pot of beans and cornbread.”
“This distracts you from noticing that someone's frat brother was hired or that, despite other worthy candidates, a Texan is chosen to balance a Presidential ticket.”
“In naming this new, Southwestern Chicken A La King they added the word “ranch” — because it conjures up a certain Texan feeling — and did away with the “a la.””
“Sarah -- There may be beers local to the DFW area I'm just not familiar with yet, but the beer that I consider the most Texan is Shiner Bock, which is brewed outside of Austin.”
“Knowing that there's someone out there who understands the plight of the away-from-home Texan is comforting.”
“Two were for friends who REALLY needed some comfort (one with two sick kiddos, and one with a brand new baby and a toddler!) - and the other for my darlin 'Texan hubby and I.”
“Dolly Parton, while not a Texan, is still fabulous.”
“As a native Texan from the Hill Country now living in Los Angeles, this post not only makes me happy but so damn proud.”
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