One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A native or resident of Tasmania.‘he stuck close to the other Taswegians at the club’
- ‘In late October, she finished second overall to a fellow Taswegian.’
- ‘Taswegians were able to retire their carrier pigeons at long last when the Apple Isle was connected to the rest of the nation by telephone.’
- ‘A number of themes familiar to all architects are also of concern to Taswegians.’
- ‘I can only assume the Taswegians have gotten away with this gross act of economic heresy because the eyes of economists are on larger markets.’
- ‘Taswegians are known as Apple Islanders.’
- ‘He's the Taswegian who was thrown out of the party for being a little too soft.’
- ‘In 1845, Taswegians everywhere busted open their mattresses to deposit their pennies in the Hobart Savings Bank on its first day of business.’
- ‘Taswegians have crossed the pond and are driving around dumbstruck at all the buildings more than two storeys high.’
- ‘It's easy to see where those jokes about Taswegians with close family ties come from.’
- ‘It would be like a Taswegian wondering why a Melbournian would need to go north in winter.’
1950s: modelled on Glaswegian.
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