Africander in a sentence

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Definition of Africander

  • One born in Africa, the offspring of a white father and a “colored” mother. Also, and now commonly in Southern Africa, a native born of European settlers.
  • tall large-horned humped cattle of South Africa; used for meat or draft

How to use africander in a sentence. Africander pronunciation.

Indeed, there exists a powerful organisation, the Africander Bond, which has its headquarters in the Cape, and openly devotes its energies to forwarding these ends, by offering a sturdy opposition to the introduction of English emigrants and the use of the English language, whilst striving in every way to excite class prejudices and embitter the already strained relations between Englishman and Boer.
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To this meeting, thus graced by his presence, an address was presented by a branch of the Africander Bond, a powerful institution, having for its object the total uprootal of English rule and English customs in South Africa, to which he must have listened with pleasure.
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His pointing hand went southward until they saw the Africanders riding down to Windhuk.
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Hear the Tommies cheering, and see the Poilus prance; Africanders and Kanucks and Scots without their pants- While we are canning the Kaiser.
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A great political experiment and a most wonderfully successful one was this Africander army, English and Boers, under a Boer General.
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The home-staying Englishman of Britain grudges to the Africander his conquest of Matabeleland; and so the home-staying American of the Atlantic States dislikes to see the western miners and cattlemen win for the use of their people the Sioux hunting-grounds.
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Examples of Africander

Example #1
In considering this question, it is as well not to lose sight of the fact that the Dutch are as a body, at heart hostile to our rule, chiefly because they cannot tolerate our lenient behaviour to the native races.
Example #2
That the object of this party is to reduce Englishmen and English ideas to a subordinate position in the State, if not actually to rid itself of our rule and establish a republic, there is no manner of doubt.
Example #3
In it he, in common with other members of the meeting, is informed that "you took up the sword and struck the Briton with such force" that "the Britons through fear revived that sense of justice to which they could not be brought by petitions," and that the "day will soon come that we shall enter with you on one arena for the entire independence of South Africa," i.e., independence from English rule.
Example #4
Thus we find him attending a Boer meeting of thanksgiving for the success that had waited on their arms and the recognition of their independence, where most people will consider he was out of place.
Example #5
Two men, Boer farmers both, rode side by side and talked of the German officer they brought prisoner with them.
Example #6
He had put sheep-dip in the wells of drinking-water; his life was fairly forfeit, and he was not to be killed.