from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun a resident of Arizona.

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  • noun a native or resident of Arizona


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  • The humidity is horrific, although it has been raining a lot, so most of the past couple weeks have been chilly (chilly for an arizonan: 55-65 degrees).

    Definitely Summer Dr. Lisa 2007

  • Such predicates “carve reality at the joints” whereas others (like “minnesotan” and “arizonan”) are gerrymandered affairs.

    Truthlikeness Oddie, Graham 2007

  • Starting within h-m-a-ese we can arrive at the original primitives by exactly analogous definitions: rainy = df hot if and only if minnesotan windy = df hot if and only if arizonan

    Truthlikeness Oddie, Graham 2007

  • Boycott the people boycotting you by only shopping at your so arizona will soon be the new alabama? how do you circumsize an arizonan? knee his sister in the mouth. what's new online! 2010

  • as a woman, a mother, a christian, a graduate student, a new yorker and an arizonan of alaskan descent.....i have never been more sickened by a candidate than i am by sarah palin.

    Sarah Palin speaking at the RNC right now... - Feministing 2008


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