Example sentences for: aboriginal

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

  • Both of the last were used in the 1820s of land recognized as being occupied by an Aboriginal community, in contexts that acknowledge the existence of tribal boundaries.

  • Both the Sydney Morning Herald and the Age of Melbourne gave prominent coverage Monday to aboriginal leaders' plans to use the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games to bring global attention to the plight of indigenous Australians.

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

  • 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.

  • Outside these were the Untouchables, those of aboriginal descent.


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