Cascadian

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English[edit]

Adjective[edit]

Cascadian (comparative more Cascadian, superlative most Cascadian)

  1. Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of the Cascade Range or the Cascade region of North America.
    • 2009, Michael Welland, Sand: The Never-Ending Story, University of California Press (2009), ISBN 9780520254374, page 194:
      All the evidence, starting with the layer of sand, points to a Cascadian earthquake during the night of January 26, potentially as big as the Sumatran one of 2004.
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Noun[edit]

Cascadian (plural Cascadians)

  1. A resident of the Cascade region of North America.
    • 2007, Reginald C. Stuart, Dispersed Relations: Americans and Canadians in Upper North America, Woodrow Wilson Center Press (2007), ISBN 9780801887857, page 270:
      Cascadians gathered enough political strength in Congress to defeat proposed border-crossing fees, and they got approval for dedicated commuter lanes and smart cards to speed transit at the Peace Arch crossing.
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