One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Relating to or characteristic of the island of Tobago or its people.‘the most popular Trinidadian and Tobagonian music’
- ‘The sad reality is there is a negative reaction toward any upcoming African-Trinidadian/Tobagonian male who wears dreadlocks.’
- ‘One popular Trinidadian and Tobagonian dish is pelau, or rice mixed with pork or chicken and various local vegetables.’
- ‘He has leapt to the defence of his under-fire team-mate, insisting that the Tobagonian striker can still cut the mustard in top-flight football.’
- ‘The black Tobagonian experience is somewhat different.’
- ‘Traditionally, Trinidadian and Tobagonian men were the sole providers of income for their families.’
A native or inhabitant of the island of Tobago.‘I am a born and bred Tobagonian’
- ‘From visiting an optician to appointments with medical specialists, Tobagonians must - sometimes weekly - leave home.’
- ‘Scores of Tobagonians come to Trinidad to study.’
- ‘Tobagonians were bracing for the start of yet another rainy season.’
- ‘The Tobagonian, who composes his own songs, said his passion has always been to perform before a live audience.’
- ‘The government of Trinidad and Tobago does not allow for Trinidadians and Tobagonians to hold dual citizenship abroad.’
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