Carolinian



of or relating to North Carolina or South Carolina or both.
a native or inhabitant of North Carolina or of South Carolina.
Carolingian.
Caroline.
Carolingian.
Historical Examples

She marries a Carolinian whom she does not love, and accompanies him to his plantation-home.
The Catholic World; Volume I, Issues 1-6 E. Rameur

The excitable Carolinian has got some one to hear him abuse Cuba, and glorify Charleston.
A Trip to Cuba Julia Ward Howe

She seated herself with a Carolinian on either side, and their clothes began to send up clouds of steam.
The Seven Darlings Gouverneur Morris

I would ask, being as little familiar with the low country settlements as any native-born Carolinian could be.
The Master of Appleby Francis Lynde

I hastened to the spot—and there I found my great Carolinian.
A Bird-Lover in the West Olive Thorne Miller

Ere our arrival, our brother Carolinian Royalists had shown themselves in some force.
The Virginians William Makepeace Thackeray

At first he had considered it a slight matter, since the Carolinian’s French wife had come so often to talk to Choo-qualee-qualoo.
The Story of Old Fort Loudon Charles Egbert Craddock

One case is recalled of the spoiled body servant of a gallant Carolinian, one of General Wheeler’s brigade commanders.
Four Years in Rebel Capitals T. C. DeLeon

He openly expressed his disapproval, and even dictated a work against it—the Carolinian books.
History of the Intellectual Development of Europe, Volume I (of 2) John William Draper

While admiring the generalities and theories of the great Carolinian, the young Georgian was a more practical statesman.
Robert Toombs Pleasant A. Stovall

adjective, noun
a variant of Caroline, Carolingian
adjective
of or relating to North or South Carolina
noun
a native or inhabitant of North or South Carolina

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