colonist[ kol-uh-nist ]SEE DEFINITION OF colonist
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COLONIST
Isaacson is a Martian colonist, you've probably guessed that already.
His hands fluttered nervously, and he avoided the colonist's eyes.
But if the prisoner was injured, the colonist was not less so.
This is no uncommon occurrence to the merchant or the colonist of tropical America.
I wish you would have it inserted in the Globe and Colonist.
A Krooman of our party was killed, and a colonist severely wounded.
The colonist thumps the Arab, the Arab the negro, and the Negro thumps the bourriquot.
It may be asked why this neglect of a territory, which would seem so tempting to the colonist?
My father was a colonist, and these men were like brothers of his.
The plantations—to work as a kind of white slave for some colonist far-away.