US-American

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US-American

  1. of, from or relating to the United States of America

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US-American (plural US-Americans)

  1. a person from the United States of America
    • 2004, Urs Eggli & Leonard E. Newton, Etymological dictionary of succulent plant names, page 30:
      [Species] bradyi [named] For Major L. G. Brady (fl. 1960), US-American who discovered the taxon
    • 2004, Gwyneth Olofsson, When in Rome or Rio or Riyadh—: cultural Q&As for successful business behavior around the world, page 56:
      I've heard a Canadian say that citizens of the U.S. should really be called USians, but somehow I don't think it will catch on. Instead, if you talk about U.S. Americans, Canadians, Brazilians, and so on, nobody should be offended.
    • 2005, Pauline T. Newton, Transcultural women of late twentieth-century U.S. American literature, page 139:
      To Mai, Aunt Mary is another role model, one who is a native-born U.S. American who knows the country's tricks

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