Definition of Nebraskan in English:

Nebraskan

Pronunciation /nəˈbrask(ə)n/ /nəˈbræsk(ə)n/

adjective

  • Relating to or characteristic of the US state of Nebraska or its inhabitants.

    ‘a Nebraskan farmer’
    • ‘They drove hundreds of miles to pick up the Nebraskan turkeys.’
    • ‘He had grown up as a Nebraskan farm boy, where his graduating class in high school had only 11 students.’
    • ‘Many of the problems that Nebraskan farmers have faced for years are greatly reduced with properly managed crop rotations.’

noun

  • A native or inhabitant of the US state of Nebraska.

    ‘I am a lifelong Nebraskan’
    • ‘He was the first Nebraskan to serve in any cabinet post.’
    • ‘The young Nebraskan took for granted that he would serve in the army, but the war ended when he was 17.’
    • ‘As a fourth generation Nebraskan, Amy knows a lot about the history of this region.’
    • ‘He was enthusiastically received by huge crowds of Nebraskans.’
    • ‘All Nebraskans need to realize that droughts are normal for the state.’