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Relating to or characteristic of the Caribbean island of Antigua or its people:‘an outstanding Antiguan musician’
- ‘If I were picking an Antiguan base for my boat, I'd choose Falmouth.’
- ‘Her novels, short stories, and essays provide a vivid portrait of the Antiguan people and way of life.’
- ‘Runaway Bay was once one of the most idyllic stretches of Antiguan shore, according to locals.’
- ‘He has had battles with the Antiguan government over some of his property deals.’
- ‘The London hotel's managers were flown out to train the Antiguan staff.’
A native or inhabitant of the Caribbean island of Antigua:‘her father was an Antiguan’
- ‘Her father, who was an Antiguan, and my parents had known each other all their lives.’
- ‘The 33-year-old Antiguan passed 1000 runs in his 27th Test.’
- ‘This branch of the family are the descendents of white as well as black Antiguans.’
- ‘The costume has versions for men and women, and is worn by many Antiguans and Barbudans on Heritage Day, the last business day before Independence Day, November 1.’
- ‘Jamaicans, Trinidadians, Antiguans, and others are often referred to collectively as West Indians.’
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