One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Relating to or characteristic of the US state of Oklahoma or its inhabitants.‘his Oklahoman drawl’
- ‘Certain Oklahoman sheriffs have grumpily muttered that they have better things to do than deal with stuff like this.’
- ‘During her show, Miley welcomed the Oklahoman rockers onstage for a cover collaboration.’
- ‘Your views are extremist and do not reflect Oklahoman sentiments in the least.’
- ‘The accents are Oklahoman and Texan, and they come not just from expatriates of the Dust Bowl states but also from their California-born children and grandchildren.’
- ‘My Oklahoman husband, meeting the ocean only recently, on a small freighter, responded to it with passion and not a sign of seasickness.’
A native or inhabitant of the US state of Oklahoma.‘the handsome Oklahoman remained active in both TV and film’
- ‘I'm glad to see so many Oklahomans coming out to support public education funding.’
- ‘He said Oklahomans could expect to see hotter summers within the next few decades.’
- ‘A native Oklahoman, the 28-year-old had never been out of the continental United States prior to the Tour.’
- ‘A 44-year-old Oklahoman, he has upscale tastes in cars and homes.’
- ‘The square-jawed Oklahoman looked the part of Utah State's next head football coach.’
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