Example sentences for: aboriginal

How can you use “aboriginal” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • And, third, as a matter of governmental policy, Aboriginal names for flora and fauna have been preferred.

  • Your readers, treasuring punctilio the way we do, will have written you in hot numbers about the familiar solecism that slipped past author Bill Ramson and the copy editor who sits next to you: in Dharuk Words in English, XXIII, 1, 10], we find, Aboriginal language must have mitigated against borrowing.

  • This was to give Phillip and others their first intimation that there was more than one Aboriginal language; but, so distinctive and so immediately made a symbol of the country was the animal itself, and the word rapidly took on in English and, indeed, in French.

  • Second, a positive effort needed to be made to ascertain the Aboriginal name, and experience showed that the geographical range of Dharuk was extremely limited: the fact that a new set of names came into use as one crossed the boundary of another Aboriginal language must have mitigated against borrowing.

  • artefact, artefacts [sic]...impressive, authentic... priceless, deathless...aboriginal, religious, cultural eye, eyes...bluish, (china-) blue, sea-blue, brunet, almond, (liquid-) brown, ginger-brown...


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