from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. An inhabitant of Nevada.
- adj. Of or relating to Nevada.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- proper n. A resident of Nevada.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to the State of Nevada or to the Sierra Nevada: as, the Nevadan desert.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a native or resident of Nevada
Schumer told the developers that he and Reid had been "through war together," and he called the Nevadan his "foxhole buddy," according to someone who was there.
The divide between Nevadan and non-Nevadan is bizarre in itself, if you’ve arrived in the last ten years, you’re considered new, if you’re you’ve been here for maybe twenty years, most people would consider you “Nevadan” in some sense of the word.
"Bryce Harper is a rare talent who we're also proud to call a Nevadan," Senate Majority
"The year I built it I was still fresh out of college," explained Mr. Buchholz, a 31-year-old Nevadan.
If I were a Nevadan, he definitely wouldn't get my vote.
Speaking to reporters on Capitol Hill Wednesday, Republican Sen. Jon Kyl, a good friend of Ensign, said the Nevadan still has a role to play in the party.
"One is Shelley Berkeley, a liberal congresswoman from Nevada, and the second is Harry Reid"—the Senate Democratic leader, also a Nevadan—"who is doing his dead level best to try to dry up Dean's contributions and make life challenging for him in this election."
He was backed by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, a Nevadan who has made Yucca's demise an overriding priority.
But Gloria and I will call, asking him to make the effort, not only to vote, but to send an email to all their fellow Nevadan friends to do the same.
In the Senate health care debate that began Monday, there is perhaps no more pivotal figure than Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid — a soft-spoken Nevadan with a colorful past and an uncertain political future.