Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of Maritimer.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • After 70 years, Angus L. 's prescription of faith in Maritimers and creating opportunities for them rather than dependence is still the right one.

    Equalization

  • However, on radio and TV I've heard Maritimers speak that way.

    Canadian CSI eh?

  • In Christy Ann Conlin's Heave, Serriethe recovering protagonist wonders exactly what it is Maritimers are supposed to do when they stop drinking.

    Books

  • “Other Maritimers in his unit,” her words kept repeating themselves over and over in my mind.

    Christmas Magic

  • I find it fascinating that what “tar baby” means to Westerners and suburban Ontarians appears to be entirely different from it means to Maritimers and urban Ontarians.

    When keeping it partisan goes wrong (IV) - Beyond The Commons - Macleans.ca

  • And what I found was that Ontarians were just the same as Maritimers; they were just Canadians living in a place that happened to have more opportunities.

    not so fast

  • Also, good friends of mine (also ex-Maritimers and ex-New Yorkers) live in the Beaches and love it.

    t.o.

  • Also, good friends of mine (also ex-Maritimers and ex-New Yorkers) live in the Beaches and love it.

    t.o.

  • But some Maritimers speak with an accent sometimes confused with Irish or Scots.

    quiz: how Canadian are you? « raincoaster

  • Quebecers and Maritimers must feel they are on welfare with Newfoundlanders paying the bill.

    Williams to Ottawa: More handouts please

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