Definition of Nebraska in English:

Nebraska

Line breaks: Neb|raska
Pronunciation: /nɪˈbraskə
 
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A state in the central US to the west of the Missouri River; population 1,783,432 (est. 2008); capital, Lincoln. It was acquired as part of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803 and became the 37th state of the US in 1867.

Derivatives

Nebraskan

adjective & noun
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  • Nebraskan turkeys are a wonderful breed and we didn't want to see 30 of them being killed.
  • Candidates for the Oregon Legislature are having Nebraskans perform their fund-raising because it's cheaper.
  • But there's an awful lot of Nebraskans, myself included, who think this is the hassle-free good life.

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