oriental[ awr-ee-en-tl, ohr‐ ]SEE DEFINITION OF oriental
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ORIENTAL
I was just going down to the Oriental, but your dug-out wins me hands down.
Yet they behaved with Oriental composure and calmly accepted the inevitable.
“A lying dog of some sort,” said Mr Vladimir in somewhat Oriental phraseology.
Now, God and his father's fate made him intellectually inferior to the Oriental.
The Israelite kissed it thrice with oriental veneration, and replaced it in his breast.
There was in this man an Oriental nobility choked by Western fashion and customs.
You remember the Oriental bloke that always asked, 'Who is she?'
Cambuscan's mirror was, according to Chaucer, of Oriental origin.
For him the Oriental's philosophy; for him resignation to the inevitable, whatever it might be.
I snum, if it didn't look as if the Oriental man knew his job after all.