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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Nationality & race
southernersouth‧ern‧er, Southerner /ˈsʌðənə $ -ərnər/ noun [countable]  SANsomeone from the southern part of a country
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southernerHis minstrel songs led many people to insist he must be a southerner.As a buoyed-up Blues strode towards their first championship in four years Martin Bayly, another southerner, joined the ranks.She always made Jack feel inadequate - a soft southerner in this hard north-eastern territory.A tall, fast-talking southerner whose accent still lingers despite her years in the north, Porter does not suffer fools gladly.
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