the Caribbees, a former name for the Lesser Antilles
Among all the islands of the caribbees St. Vincent is unique in natural wonders and beauties.
The San Francisco Calamity Various
St. Eustatius is said to be one of the finest and best-cultivated islands of all the caribbees.
Great Events in the History of North and South America Charles A. Goodrich
Most of the caribbees have little black eyes, beautiful white teeth, and long smooth black hair.
Buffon’s Natural History. Volume IV (of 10) Georges Louis Leclerc de Buffon
Had we all the caribbees, it is true, they would in those parts be without shelter.
The Complete Works in Philosophy, Politics and Morals of the late Dr. Benjamin Franklin, [Vol 3 of 3] Benjamin Franklin
His intention was to attack the islands of the caribbees, and destroy that mischievous brood.
Celebrated Travels and Travellers Jules Verne
piranha. Contemporary Examples A policeman making rounds at the caribe heard the commotion and intervened. Colombian Cabdriver Recounts Escorts’ Reaction to Secret Service Feud Mac Margolis, Jenny Gonzalez April 20, 2012 Historical Examples The piranha, called also the caribe, is a kind of salmon (Tetragonopterus). The Western World W.H.G. Kingston
See under Antilles. a chain of islands in the West Indies, divided into two parts, the one including Cuba, Hispaniola, Jamaica, and Puerto Rico (Greater Antilles) the other including a large arch of smaller islands to the SE and S (Lesser Antilles or Caribees) Historical Examples He now made the discovery of several other new […]
noun (Canadian) the Cariboo, a region in the W foothills of the Cariboo Mountains, scene of a gold rush beginning in 1860 Historical Examples Examples—many birds, butterflies, and some bats; the cariboo, and buffalo. Ontario Teachers’ Manuals: Nature Study Ontario Ministry of Education She had heard of a sick miner (maybe from cariboo) who lay […]
a mountain range in SW Canada, in E central British Columbia, part of the Rocky Mountains: highest peak, about 11,750 feet (3580 meters). plural noun a mountain range in SW Canada, in SE British Columbia. Highest peak: Mount Sir Wilfrid Laurier, 3520 m (11 549 ft)