Having endeavoured to give the antiguan definition of lumber, I will now proceed to describe the yard.
The next place we entered was one more suited to a hyperborean climate than an antiguan noondaya blacksmiths shop.
He was an antiguan, a black man named Edwards, and had been a sailor before the mast.
One of the antiguan magistrates related to me the following circumstance, which had recently occurred.
The antiguan was already on the brink of middle-age when he first trod the English shore.
It must be allowed that, for a few years previous to emancipation, the antiguan planters were in a state of great perturbation.
The glittering throng at Almacks cannot outvie in dress with the glittering throng at an antiguan negro ball.
The corramou is the salmon of the antiguan fisheries, as far as regards superiority of flavour.
Far and away the most popular of the Park speakers was the antiguan.
The antiguan snakes are perfectly harmless; some of them are beautifully streaked and speckled.
Caribbean island, from Spanish fem. of antiguo, literally "ancient, antique" (see antique); discovered by Columbus in 1493 and named by him for the church of Santa Maria la Antigua ("Old St. Mary's") in Seville.