Sealander

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Sealand +‎ -er

Noun[edit]

Sealander (plural Sealanders)

  1. An inhabitant of Sealand.
    • 2000, New Scientist (volume 166, issues 2237-2244, page 17)
      Sealanders claim they will not be subject to the e-commerce laws coming into force in Britain and elsewhere, and plan to establish an offshore "data haven" []
    • 2009, Henry Hemming, In Search of the English Eccentric
      Unlike Bates and his fellow Sealanders, however, Harman didn't get away with this and was forced to stop producing currency and pay the British government a £5 fine.