Definition of New Jerseyan
1. Noun. A native of resident of New Jersey.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of New Jerseyan
Literary usage of New Jerseyan
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Leon Abbett's New Jersey: The Emergence of the Modern Governor by Richard A. Hogarty (2001)
"Some considered Cattell more a Philadelphian than a New Jerseyan.26 Abbett understood only too well the stakes involved in Stockton's expulsion. ..."
2. A First View of English Literature by William Vaughn Moody, Robert Morss Lovett (1905)
"... and that as between these two, both in quality and quantity of work, the New Jerseyan surpasses the New Englander. Charles Brockden Brown. ..."
3. Cincinnati, the Queen City, 1788-1912 by S.J. Clarke Publishing Company, Clarke, S. J., publishing company (1912)
"His father, a soldier under Mad Anthony Wayne, was of Virginia stock while his mother was a New Jerseyan. Reuben had little education. ..."
4. Economic Beginnings of the Far West: How We Won the Land Beyond the Mississippi by Katharine Coman (1912)
"Consequently the cautious New Jerseyan made all possible speed. Lisa, meanwhile, was driving his patient voyageurs to desperate exertions. ..."
5. The Broad Pennant: Or, A Cruise in the United States Flag Ship of the Gulf by Fitch Waterman Taylor (1848)
"... not willingly spoil the associations of the fine peaches by altering the paragraph ; and the Princeton is all New-Jerseyan, in her origin and earlier ..."