aboriginals[ ab-uh-rij-uh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF aboriginals
Synonyms for aboriginals
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ABORIGINALS
Further on we came to Koordal, a 'reserve' for the aboriginals.
I should have said that we saw no Aboriginals—no "blackfellows."
Great tact is necessary in the education of the aboriginals.
They must have been here when all these hills and valleys were peopled only by the aboriginals.
There are more than four million aboriginals in East Africa alone.
Maybe you have seen the Dervishes, or the Fijians, or the Australian aboriginals?
All four were aboriginals, two were the boys that had been seen at the yard.
But the skin showed unmistakably that she belonged to the aboriginals.
We thought that it was the aboriginals who were trying to get on to the ship, and that these were their fires.
Only once did the sombre rapture of these aboriginals find expression.