Mainer

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Maine +‎ -er

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Mainer (plural Mainers)

  1. A native or inhabitant of the State of Maine (in the United States).
    • 2012 September 11, Julia Moskin, “Buttermilk, Often Maligned, Begins to Get Its Due”, NYTimes.com:
      “People have no idea how good this stuff is, but they are about to find out,” said Mr. Patry, 62, who is possibly the most optimistic and talkative native Mainer in history.

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