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Things native often describes (“native ________”)
land, country, language, population, speakers, city, americans, peoples, people, town, tongue, state, place, village, species, tribes, women, speaker, soil, languages, culture, plants, inhabitants, populations, troops, states, name, communities, princes, cultures, christians, chiefs, county, lands, races, indians, tradition, villages, home, copper, ability, workers, traditions, province, trees, vegetation, teachers, son, community, element, literature, rulers, officers, grasses, whites, art, customs, stock, intelligence, american, leaders, students, habitat, talent, soldiers, genius, birds, labour, religion, authorities, protein, names, dress, church, industry, servants, race, writers, forests, courts, artists, title

Descriptive words:
old, former, young, american, african, only, single, australian, average, intelligent, true, alaskan, poor, educated, annual, perennial, tall, friendly, indian, south, ordinary, mean, wild, non, black, aboriginal, christian, rich, wealthy, hardy, male, looking, learned, pure, european, respectable, tropical, female, doubtful, typical, oldest, ignorant, unfortunate, speaking, elderly, raw, handsome, fellow, rare, north, primitive, genuine, aged, year, indigenous, solitary, distinguished, lazy, famous, west, deciduous

Commonly used words are shown in bold. Rare words are dimmed.
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See native used in context: 18 rhymes, 38 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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