One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Relating to or characteristic of the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.‘he was proud of his Nova Scotian heritage’
- ‘She began to construct, for virtually the first time, literary texts that evoked scenes from her Nova Scotian past.’
- ‘He has done much to lessen the troubles and to add to the wonders of Nova Scotian life.’
- ‘The moment Jim opens his mouth, it's obvious to any ear that his origins are neither Nova Scotian nor Canadian.’
- ‘Agriculture is responsible for more than 16,000 Nova Scotian jobs.’
- ‘Maybe it's my Nova Scotian roots, but every sailor worth their salt knows that's just tempting fate.’
A native or inhabitant of the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.‘the quality of life for rural Nova Scotians’
- ‘But he said the government tries to get its message out to Nova Scotians through advertising and the media.’
- ‘He was also the first Canadian sailor and the first Nova Scotian to receive this honour.’
- ‘The provincial government promised in 2006 to provide all Nova Scotians with access to high-speed services.’
- ‘The cool Nova Scotian is the epitome of easy, effortless observational humour.’
- ‘This investment in our province will mean more good jobs for Nova Scotians and a boost to the economy throughout Atlantic Canada.’
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