Definitions

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  • noun A native or inhabitant of the Yukon Territory, Canada.

Etymologies

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Yukon +‎ -er

Examples

  • At seven o'clock, at what would have been night anywhere else, they went aboard the "Yukoner" with the aeroplane, and an hour later cast off lines for Dawson.

    The Boy Scouts on the Yukon

  • The play would be big, bigger than any Yukoner had ever imagined, and he, Burning

    Chapter VII

  • Currently, there are only 31,000 Yukoner residents, approximately 25 per cent of which are of Aboriginal ancestry.

    My Canada - Today and Tomorrow

  • The play would be big, bigger than any Yukoner had ever imagined, and he, Burning

    Chapter VII

  • Yukoner, replied promptly, but in a voice hoarsely unrecognisable.

    The Turtles of Tasman

  • The column and the byline were the brainstorm of a brash, confident Yukoner named Pierre Berton.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • As a Yukoner, I guess I should express this using a beer analogy.

    CBC | Top Stories News

  • In the 50-km women's race, Olympian Madeleine Williams topped Yukoner Emily Nishikawa by 11 seconds for first place.

    Whitehorsestar.com News

  • He is a genial liar, this Yukoner, and for the ordinary lies of life he needs make no effort; they roll from his lips as regularly and as smoothly as do compliments from the lips of a sour dough man in conversation with a cheechako girl.

    Dictionary.com Word of the Day

  • Yukoner buzzed up: White House credits stimulus with up to 2M jobs (AP) 29 seconds ago 2010-01-13T03: 29: 44-08: 00

    Yahoo! News: Top Stories

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