Definitions

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  • proper noun A resident or inhabitant of Zealand.
  • proper noun informal A resident or inhabitant of New Zealand; a New Zealander.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The New Zealander is the most courageous natural Rugby football player that I have ever seen.

    The Imperial Significance of Games

  • Will the celebrated New Zealander, that is to be, discover the volumes amidst the ruins of Clapham? and shall I be quoted as the Pepys of the nineteenth century?

    Henry Dunbar A Novel

  • Tournament organisers then told Tecau, at 46 in the world the highest-rated player to miss direct entry, that he could get a wildcard if he played with a New Zealander, which is when Daniell stepped in.

    Stuff.co.nz - Stuff

  • Tournament organisers then told Tecau, at 46 in the world the highest-rated player to miss direct entry, that he could get a wildcard if he played with a New Zealander, which is when Daniell stepped in.

    Stuff.co.nz - Stuff

  • Tournament organisers then told Tecau, at 46 in the world the highest-rated player to miss direct entry, that he could get a wildcard if he played with a New Zealander, which is when Daniell stepped in.

    Stuff.co.nz - Stuff

  • When your economy turns to dust much like an Egyptian artifact being unearthed we follow suit despite being innocent of all crimes, then we get a beating for drinking beer for breakfast, humping koalas, Russell Crowe who is a Nooo Zealander which is to the right and across the ditch about 2000 kms, pants yabbies , CE’s whinning voice and his Coltrane suitcase of excuses and all manner of things.

    Fitment Issues: K.O.P.S. vs. C.O.P.S.

  • Murray McCully, had good relations with the Tongan Prime Minister at the time, and the Tongan Prime Minister's Economic Advisor, Rob Solomon, was a New Zealander whose consulting firm had done extensive work for NZAID over the last decade.

    Cleo Paskal: How New Zealand's Petty Politics Undermines Stability and Security in the Pacific

  • Murray McCully, had good relations with the Tongan Prime Minister at the time, and the Tongan Prime Minister's Economic Advisor, Rob Solomon, was a New Zealander whose consulting firm had done extensive work for NZAID over the last decade.

    Cleo Paskal: How New Zealand's Petty Politics Undermines Stability and Security in the Pacific

  • Two pilots – one Australian and one New Zealander – were among those who survived Thursday's crash on the northern coast, Australia's foreign affairs department said.

    Plane crash kills 28 in Papua New Guinea

  • I would expect [məsəz] from a New Zealander, with the KIT-schwa merger.

    “Ms.”-ing the point « Motivated Grammar

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