One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Relating to Tasmania or its people.‘the Tasmanian wilderness’
- ‘Over 50 of his Tasmanian watercolours were on show in London in 1835.’
- ‘The event was sponsored last year, largely by the Tasmanian government.’
- ‘The Tasmanian cedar has rich brown shedding bark.’
- ‘For thousands of years the Tasmanian Aboriginal or Palawa women have walked the windswept beaches of the island gathering shells to make necklaces.’
- ‘I'm very pleased to be Australian, although I'm thinking of becoming Tasmanian, which's quite different.’
- ‘The Tasmanian devil is found only on the island state south of the Australian mainland.’
A native or inhabitant of Tasmania, or a person of Tasmanian descent.‘many Tasmanians are personally divided on the issue’
- ‘Every dollar donated by Tasmanians was spent in the state to help people in need.’
- ‘In the last state election, some 51,000 Tasmanians - 18 percent of the island's population - voted Green.’
- ‘He wanted to ensure Tasmanians knew the details of the separation agreement.’
- ‘They coordinated work at seven different sites across the island, in a project driven by Indigenous Tasmanians.’
- ‘The main character is an elitist snob who looks down on the naive Tasmanian.’
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