Australian in a sentence

The word "australian" in a example sentences. Learn the definition of australian and how to use it in a sentence.

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Definition of Australian

  • Of or pertaining to Australia.
  • the Austronesian languages spoken by Australian aborigines
  • a native or inhabitant of Australia
  • of or relating to or characteristic of Australia or its inhabitants or its languages

How to use australian in a sentence. Australian pronunciation.

The reputation of the book spread to England, and Major Whyte Melville did not disdain to place the lines of the dashing Australian author at the head of his own dashing descriptions of sporting scenery.
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He will find in them something very like the beginnings of a national school of Australian poetry.
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What is the dominant note of Australian scenery?
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A poem like "L'Allegro" could never be written by an Australian.
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The Australian mountain forests are funereal, secret, stern.
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In the Australian forests no leaves fall.
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They were mostly Australian, and represented the life which for nearly four years I knew and studied with that affection which only the young, open-eyed enthusiast, who makes his first journey in the world, can give.
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A SOURCE BOOK OF AUSTRALIAN HISTORY COMPILED BY GWENDOLEN H. SWINBURNE, M.A. DIP.
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I submit this volume to the public in the hope that it may increase the amount of interest usually shown in Australian History by deepening the general knowledge of the subject, and illustrating it by those vivid details which arrest the attention and enable the student to visualize past events.
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They encountered difficulties among the Australian Alps, discovered the Hume (Murray) River and reached Port Phillip.
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It almost appeared as if the Australian sky were never again to be traversed by a cloud.
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At one foot south from the foot of the tree is buried, about eight inches below the ground, an air-tight tin case, in which is a paper with the following notice: "South Australian Great Northern Exploring Expedition.
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I venture to record that our vocal efforts were as sincerely and heartily made in the Australian wilderness as any which rang that day in any part of Her Majesty's wide dominions.
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About noon I could descry the land turning to the southward, and saw, with great pleasure, we were fast approaching the Head of the Great Australian Bight.
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This might, therefore, be considered the eastern boundary of the unknown districts, and, moreover, was the point of departure for the South Australian expeditions in a westerly direction.
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The Constitution of this Colony will to some extent be identified with those of the other Australian Colonies.
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Many who immigrated in search of gold took a leading part in making the Australian Governments democratic.
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This gentleman was an old Australian settler, just returned from a trip to California, where he had been struck by the similarity of the geological formation of the mountain ranges in his adopted country to that of the Sacramento district.
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No life can be more independent and free than that of the Australian digger; no travelling more agreeable than summer travelling in the Bush; carrying about with you in your cart your tent, your larder, and all your domestic appointments.
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If the Australian roads in winter may be well likened to those English roads of 200 years ago, out of which the King's Coach had to be dug by the rustics, so may the Australian Bushranger be regarded as the legitimate representative of the traditionary highwayman who levied toll at Highgate, or stopped the post-boy and captured the mailbags in Epping Forest.
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Examples of Australian

Example #1
Unhappily, the melancholy which Gordon's friends had with pain observed increased daily, and in the full flood of his success, with congratulations pouring upon him from every side, he was found dead in the heather near his home with a bullet from his own rifle in his brain.
Example #2
The victory he won for Major Baker in 1868, when he rode Babbler for the Cup Steeplechase, made him popular, and the almost simultaneous publication of his last volume of poems gave him welcome entrance to the houses of all who had pretensions to literary taste.
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In historic Europe, where every rood of ground is hallowed in legend and in song, the least imaginative can find food for sad and sweet reflection.
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The student of these unpretending volumes will be repaid for his labour.
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That which is the dominant note of Edgar Allan Poe's poetry-Weird Melancholy.
Example #6
Do we need a poet to interpret Nature's teachings, we must look into our own hearts, if perchance we may find a poet there.