american

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[A*merĀ·i*can]

Of or relating to the United States of America or its people or language or culture

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Of or pertaining to America; as, the American continent: American Indians.

Noun
the English language as used in the United States

Noun
a native or inhabitant of a North American or Central American or South American country

Noun
a native or inhabitant of the United States

Adjective
of or relating to or characteristic of the continents and islands of the Americas; "the American hemisphere"; "American flora and fauna"

Adjective
of or relating to the United States of America or its people or language or culture; "American citizens"; "American English"; "the American dream"

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a.
Of or pertaining to America; as, the American continent: American Indians.

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Of or pertaining to the United States.

n.
A native of America; -- originally applied to the aboriginal inhabitants, but now applied to the descendants of Europeans born in America, and especially to the citizens of the United States.


American

A*mer"i*can , a. [Named from Americus Vespucius.] 1. Of or pertaining to America; as, the American continent: American Indians. 2. Of or pertaining to the United States. "A young officer of the American navy." Lyell. American ivy. See Virginia creeper. -- American Party (U. S. Politics), a party, about 1854, which opposed the influence of foreign-born citizens, and those supposed to owe allegiance to a foreign power. -- Native american Party (U. S. Politics), a party of principles similar to those of the American party. It arose about 1843, but soon died out.

American

A*mer"i*can , n. A native of America; -- originally applied to the aboriginal inhabitants, but now applied to the descendants of Europeans born in America, and especially to the citizens of the United States.
The name American must always exalt the pride of patriotism.

Of or pertaining to America; as, the American continent: American Indians.

A native of America; -- originally applied to the aboriginal inhabitants, but now applied to the descendants of Europeans born in America, and especially to the citizens of the United States.

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Usage Examples

1 month ago the American people stopped to remember the third anniversary of the beginning of the Iraq war. We thought first and foremost of the selflessness, patriotism and heroism by our troops, our National Guard and Reserves.

Abstract Expressionism - the first American movement to have a worldwide influence - was remarkably short-lived: It heated up after World War II and was all but done for by 1960 (although visit any art school today and you'll find a would-be Willem de Kooning).

After all, the chief business of the American people is business. They are profoundly concerned with producing, buying, selling, investing and prospering in the world.

After I left the White House, I kept a foothold in the business of American politics as a talk-show host, analyst, commentator, speechmaker, and occasional writer. I was no longer a practitioner, but I was still a partisan, a Democrat, a blue-stater through and through.

American and Israel share a special bond. Our relationship is unique among all nations. Like America, Israel is a strong democracy, a symbol of freedom, and an oasis of liberty, a home to the oppressed and persecuted.

A truly American sentiment recognizes the dignity of labor and the fact that honor lies in honest toil.

A serious problem in America is the gap between academe and the mass media, which is our culture. Professors of humanities, with all their leftist fantasies, have little direct knowledge of American life and no impact whatever on public policy.

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Other Usage Examples

Again, the American people expect us to do what they are doing. It's tightening the belt, it's learning how to do more with less. That's a reality today, and we've got to do that in order to get the private sector growing.

A typical vice of American politics is the avoidance of saying anything real on real issues.

A wise nation should cultivate a political spirit that allows opponents to cooperate without fearing an automatic execution from their core supporters. Who knew that the real rogues in American politics would be the ones who dare to get along?

A couple of weeks is a long time in American politics.

'Yes' is a far more potent word than 'no' in American politics. By adopting the positions which animate the political agenda for the other side, one can disarm them and leave them sputtering with nothing to say.

'Smart power' is the use of American power in ways that would help prevent and resolve conflict - not just send our military in.

America must be the teacher of democracy, not the advertiser of the consumer society. It is unrealistic for the rest of the world to reach the American living standard.

All of the books in the world contain no more information than is broadcast as video in a single large American city in a single year. Not all bits have equal value.

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