from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An adherent of Rastafarianism.
- adj. Of or relating to Rastafarianism or its adherents.
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- n. an adherent of Rastafarianism
- adj. of, or relating to Rastafarianism or its adherents
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. follower of Rastafarianism
- n. (Ethiopia) adherents of an African religion that regards Ras Tafari as divine
- adj. of or pertaining to or characteristic of Rastafarianism or Rastafarians
That is, the government may ban smoking marijuana neutrally but it certainly may not ban smoking it in Rastafarian ceremonies and not otherwise.
Not a patch on Holmes and Watson camping, of course, or even “what do you call a Rastafarian proctologist?”, but not un-funny.
But being a Rastafarian is a way of thinking, a philosophy, another way of looking at life, he said.
When you think about the word "Rastafarian", you probably imagine a Jamaican man with dark skin and dreadlocks … as a matter of fact, you probably think about Bob Marley.
Mary, I couldn't help but roll my eyes at the "Rastafarian" color scheme with the sauces.
He told IK, the host, that he was not surprised to have left the House and does not think his Rastafarian way of life played a part in viewers not voting for him.
Do you think that Zionism must either some super-racist theocratic movement or else a movement that is totally divorced from Palestine and refers to some mystical Rastafarian concept?
The inhabitants of this otherworldly cyberspace are mostly religious leaders: a Rastafarian rabbi with plans for reforming the political arena, a monsignor who takes Christ's injunction to "suffer the little children to come unto me" too literally, and a radical female imam known as "Alice", who incites the Monster to participate in a bombing campaign.
It is his hair winding locks he considers a measure of his Rastafarian faith that makes him a threat, according to Virginia Department of Corrections Operating Procedure No. 864.1.
Fitzgerald has chosen to abide by the grooming policy so that he can work toward growing the Rastafarian community inside the prison and when he is released in three years.