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  • adjective of, or relating to New Orleans, Louisiana
  • noun a native or inhabitant of New Orleans

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Examples

  • But at a number of new restaurants I went to over the holidays, I saw a smarter, cleaner, more exciting kind of New Orleanian food -- still rich in butter and Creole flavors, still deeply traditional, but with a new-school bent.

    New Orleans Does Its Best Food Yet?

  • But at a number of new restaurants I went to over the holidays, I saw a smarter, cleaner, more exciting kind of New Orleanian food -- still rich in butter and Creole flavors, still deeply traditional, but with a new-school bent.

    New Orleans Does Its Best Food Yet?

  • But at a number of new restaurants I went to over the holidays, I saw a smarter, cleaner, more exciting kind of New Orleanian food - still rich in butter and Creole flavors, still deeply traditional, but with a new-school bent.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • But at a number of new restaurants I went to over the holidays, I saw a smarter, cleaner, more exciting kind of New Orleanian food - still rich in butter and Creole flavors, still deeply traditional, but with a new-school bent.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • But at a number of new restaurants I went to over the holidays, I saw a smarter, cleaner, more exciting kind of New Orleanian food -- still rich in butter and Creole flavors, still deeply traditional, but with a new-school bent.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • But at a number of new restaurants I went to over the holidays, I saw a smarter, cleaner, more exciting kind of New Orleanian food - still rich in butter and Creole flavors, still deeply traditional, but with a new-school bent.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • But at a number of new restaurants I went to over the holidays, I saw a smarter, cleaner, more exciting kind of New Orleanian food - still rich in butter and Creole flavors, still deeply traditional, but with a new-school bent.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • Sharing a beer on the porch is not something a New Orleanian must schedule two weeks in advance.

    Five years after Hurricane Katrina, how New Orleans saved its soul

  • Also at the CAC, ubiquitous HuffPost big man on campus Harry Shearer, an honorary native New Orleanian if e'er there were one, has installed a nine-monitor presentation, called The Silent Echo Chamber (thru June 6), of his ongoing "found objects" captures - political and media figures seen not on the air, but just before, as they prepare themselves for broadcast.

    Peter Frank: Blague d'Art: Apres le Deluge, Moi

  • Also at the CAC, ubiquitous HuffPost big man on campus Harry Shearer, an honorary native New Orleanian if e'er there were one, has installed a nine-monitor presentation, called The Silent Echo Chamber (thru June 6), of his ongoing "found objects" captures - political and media figures seen not on the air, but just before, as they prepare themselves for broadcast.

    Blague d'Art: Apres le Deluge, Moi

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