southwesterner

south•west•ern•er

(ˌsaʊθˈwɛs tər nər)

n. (often cap.)
a native or inhabitant of the Southwest.
[1855–60, Amer.]
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Not a single Southwesterner or even, to tell the truth, a genuine Westerner (California does not count).
Indeed, Gregory Stephens wrote of relocating to North Carolina from Texas: "As a southwesterner, when I first relocated to North Carolina, I was impressed by the fact that my colleagues thought of the border as being the Mason-Dixon line--that would be the North as the Other of southern opposi tional identity.
He often mentioned he felt like a New Englander in the Southwest and a Southwesterner in New England.
Amid the rapid change in the status of black writers and their treatment of the material during World War II and the post-War era, two major authors reflect controlled use of the components of style: James Baldwin, an Easterner born in New York City, and Ralph Ellison, a Southwesterner born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Bulow, Navajo Taboos (Gallup: Southwesterner Books, 1982): 52-53.
Southwesterner Naomi Shihab Nye weaves a bright tapestry of her Middle Eastern heritage, life in Texas, and interior travels.
lt;IR> EDWARD ABBEY </IR> , The Brave Cowboy (1956); Jack Schaefer, Monte Walsh (1963); John Culp, The Bright Feathers (1965); and <IR> LARRY MCMURTRY </IR> , Lonesome Dove (1985) carry the cowboy to a level far above the norms established by <IR> ZANE GREY </IR> and <IR> LOUIS L'AMOUR </IR> for the archetypal Southwesterner.
Said one, a businessman in downtown Windhoek, when asked how he felt about the new developments, "I was born a Southwesterner and I shall die a Southwesterner; I am definitely not a Namibian.
A day or two earlier, I had received an urgent note from a small-town Southwesterner whose name I did not recognize.
Vice President George Bush regards him as a "friendly, strong" Southwesterner with a serious commitment to physical fitness.
Through March 17 you'll see "Clay Lockett: Southwesterner," with 100 of the many Indian crafts collected over a lifetime (1906 to 1984) by Lockett, for years owner of the museum's gift shop.
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