nationals[ nash-uh-nl, nash-nuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF nationals
Synonyms for nationals
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NATIONALS
Murfreesboro is one great hospital, filled with Nationals and Confederates.
Beyond three miles from shore all 'nationals' are on an equal footing.
Whether any were ever used by the Nationals, the writer is not informed.
Von H. has sent out a circular to his nationals, urging caution.
And the deep meaning of it is to rob our fishing, under pretence of the Nationals.
Creation of French courts for French nationals and those under French protection.
The Forest Citys had given the Nationals the only defeat of the tour, winning 29-23.
The Nationals were, therefore, awaited with intense interest.
Every German has, in every Land, the same rights and duties as the nationals of that Land.
You travel to Havana as one of our nationals, one Emilio Vicente.