provincial

[ pruh-vin-shuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF provincial

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROVINCIAL

The provincial captains are drumming up for soldiers, in every newspaper.

The provincial Congress, which had adjourned, immediately re-assembled.

Before the furor of 1876, how many scores of provincial English had?

A man such as this was never intended to succeed in a provincial town.

They sat at all the meetings of National and Provincial and Regional committees.

On that he flung away, before the jeers of the provincial deputies.

I won't be ruled by your miserable middle-class, provincial standard.

I can see her face now, when she flashed across my sight at a provincial circus.

Life seems great because it is cosmopolitan and not provincial or local.

Do you mean to tell me, Dick, that there's a girl like that on your provincial boards?'

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR PROVINCIAL

regional

adjectivecharacteristic of a region
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