Definition of midlander in English:

midlander

noun

  • See midland

    • ‘Bord na Mona, for years a vital source of energy, degenerated into something like a welfare agency for needy midlanders.’
    • ‘Southern Englishmen are most likely to weep for joy; midlanders cry in self-pity.’
    • ‘Another puzzling aspect of Connemara life for a midlander was the ease with which a few houses perched precariously on the side of a Connemara hillside could be referred to in conversation as the village.’
    • ‘That the victor was a midland dialect was in large part due to the substantial migration of midlanders and easterners to London in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries.’

Pronunciation

midlander

/ˈmɪdləndə/