Definitions

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  • noun a native, or inhabitant of Zanzibar
  • adjective of, or relating to Zanzibar or its inhabitants

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Examples

  • They were the local race, the Swahili, had we but known it; the original "Zanzibari" who furnished Livingstone, Stanley,

    African Camp Fires

  • This is a project set up by a Zanzibari scientist who tries to help the women who live in Zanzibar grow little shell fish so they can either sell them or eat them, says Mitchell.

    Environmental Writer Blames Humans for Dying Oceans

  • Same with the children of Zanzibari immigrants in Ireland?

    Matthew Yglesias » Far-Right European Posters

  • As with most Zanzibari families, these three did not live as a nuclear family unit.

    Crazy Like Us

  • The many small children, though well behaved in the manner of most Zanzibari children, created a racket.

    Crazy Like Us

  • What had she learned from her Zanzibari research that we might be able to use in the United States to help the mentally ill?

    Crazy Like Us

  • My Zanzibari guide, Mussa, a lovely, helpful fellow, was explaining dutifully how the pipe organ came to be installed, and that the small wooden cross in the corner, according to lore, was fashioned from the tree under which the Scottish missionary and explorer Dr. David Livingstone's heart was buried.

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  • It is believed the Stone Town site was the last slave market in Africa when a reluctant Zanzibari sultan closed it in 1873 under pressure from the British government.

    Cathleen Falsani: How Do You Redeem Sacred Ground?

  • Like Aboulela, the Zanzibari-born novelist Gurnah offers stunning, expertly woven portraits of lives in transition — lonely Londoners tossed by history and caught between the hard present and the secrets of the past.

    Write, the Beloved Country

  • Like Aboulela, the Zanzibari-born novelist Gurnah offers stunning, expertly woven portraits of lives in transition — lonely Londoners tossed by history and caught between the hard present and the secrets of the past.

    Write, the Beloved Country

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