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1. Caroline.
2. Of or relating to Charlemagne and his times.
3. Of or relating to Carolina or the Carolinas.
A native or inhabitant of Carolina or the Carolinas.


adj, n
(Historical Terms) a variant of Caroline, Carolingian


(Placename) of or relating to North or South Carolina
(Peoples) a native or inhabitant of North or South Carolina


(ˌkær əˈlɪn i ən)

1. of or pertaining to North Carolina or South Carolina.
2. a native or inhabitant of North Carolina or of South Carolina.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Carolinian - a native or resident of the Carolinas
American - a native or inhabitant of the United States
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Governor Roy Cooper signed a proclamation in recognition of North Carolinians competing in the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea February 9-25 and March 9-18.
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The award is presented to North Carolinians with a proven record of service to the state and to others as a gesture of the state's friendship and goodwill.
Many more first South Carolinians existed, but not all their history is known due to European conquest and disease ravages of the initial colonial era.
North Carolinians thought their capitol was too plain when it was built in 1794, so the General Assembly called for a statue of George Washington to add distinction.
By tracing cultural attitudes toward suicide, debt, and divorce, the author of this study argues that the Civil War "transformed the moral framework through which North Carolinians interpreted their world" (1).
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Wake Tech president Stephen Scott said in a statement Monday that agreements like these are critical for ensuring the highest quality educational options for North Carolinians.
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Rogers worked at the newspaper for 31 years, most recently writing columns about North Carolinians affected by the Iraq war.