native EN[ˈneɪtɪv] US
- 문장 native
- 문장 natives
- 'Old stagers' of the Home and Western Circuits, can recall how the juniors of their briefless and bagless days used to entertain the natives of Guildford and Exeter with Shakspearian performances.
- Some natives must have stolen our cattle.
- natives with over-valued rachitic currencies -- Time
- 1835: The natives are greatly terrrified by the sight of a person in a mask calling him "devil" or Yah-hoo, which signifies evil spirit. — James Holman, Travels, 1835 (quoted by Malcolm Smith, above)
- The natives had probably smelted it themselves in their rude bloomeries, ... — Samuel Smiles, "Industrial Biography, Iron Workers and Tool Makers", 1863
- None of the natives who had come in the boat would touch the body, or even go near it, saying, the mawn would come; that is literally, ‘the spirit of the deceased would seize them’.
- Possibly a lot of them gained entry because there were so many other strange bees in the hive, but once they started to load up and run, the natives joined with the old ones and gave them the old heave-ho.