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Of or relating to (l) or its people; or (formerly) of the (l). (defdate)
1596, (w), ''The Faerie Queene'', volume 10:
- The morrow next apprear'd with purple hayre / Yet dropping fresh out of the Indian fount, / And bringing light into the heavens fayre (..).
Of or relating to the (l) (l) of the (l). (defdate)
- The hardships of bark-collecting in the primeval forests of South America are of the severest kind, and undergone only by the half-civilized (l) and people of (l), in the pay of speculators or companies located in the towns.
Made with (l) or (l). (defdate)
''Indian bread; Indian meal''
Designating any of various chess (l) now characterised by black's attempt to control the board through knights and fianchettoed bishops rather than with a central pawn advance. (defdate)
A person from India. (defdate)
2004, Louis L'Amour, ''Rustlers of West Fork''
- With savage desperation the Indian lunged his horse straight at Hopalong and, knife in hand, leaped for him!
An indigenous inhabitant of Australia, New Zealand or the Pacific islands. (defdate)
Indian cuisine; traditional Indian food.
A meal at (or taken away from) an Indian restaurant. (defdate)
''We're going out tonight for an Indian.''
An Indian restaurant.
''We're going down the Indian for a curry - wanna join us?''
Any of the (unrelated) languages spoken by Indians.
1968 Anne Rider, ''A hilltop in hazard'', page 51: