Definitions

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  • adj. From, or pertaining to, Ibiza
  • proper n. Someone from Ibiza.

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Examples

  • At Es Caliu, one of the island's few restaurants that is open year-round, guests can enjoy dishes such as Ibizan aioli (a garlicky olive-oil spread), bean salad, and goat ribs on the terrace.

    Ibiza's Softer Side

  • Associated Press Ibizan Hounds At one point Dean motioned to a Bichon Frise being petted by spectators.

    When Madison Square Garden Raises the Ruff

  • Luchford APM Ms. Jagger 's interiors combine a bohemian, Ibizan summer style with modern glass and wooden exteriors.

    The Lakes

  • I'd never heard of an Ibizan Hound until Friday morning, when I spotted Jackie working out on the treadmill at the doggie spa in the basement of the Hotel Pennsylvania.

    Checking In at the Doggie Hotel

  • Jackie is ranked as the No. 1 Ibizan in the nation.

    Checking In at the Doggie Hotel

  • Theodora Richards has posed nude, and Jade Jagger loves nothing more than an Ibizan frolic in what English schhoolgirls used to call "the noddy."

    Andy Pemberton: Keith Richards' Daughter Alexandra Embarrasses Dad by Posing Nude for French Playboy

  • Today, he and his wife, Christina, live in Sant Carles in a painstakingly refurbished traditional Ibizan house, featuring a series of thick-walled cubes with tiny windows set on a hill overlooking the water.

    Ibiza's Softer Side

  • Today, he and his wife Christina live in Sant Carles in a painstakingly refurbished traditional Ibizan house, a series of thick-walled cubes with tiny windows set on a hill overlooking the water.

    The Other Ibiza

  • Over a lunch of Ibizan aioli (a garlicky olive-oil spread), bean salad, and goat ribs on the terrace, Madrid-based architect Jacopo Monti reflects on the island's mystique.

    The Other Ibiza

  • Descriptions of both the Pharaoh and Ibizan hounds cite them as the “oldest” dog breeds, which claims seemed supported by their physical resemblance to the dogs of Egyptian paintings.

    INSIDE OF A DOG

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