Definition of zanzibar

Common misspellings:
  • zanzibarian (0.0%)
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Examples of usage:
  1. We know Victoria Falls because they have eclipsed our own Niagara Falls and Zanzibar farther up the Coast is familiar through comic operas and rag time - The Congo and Coasts of Africa by Richard Harding Davis

  2. You can see specimens of every race and nation in the native city nearly always in their own distinctive costumes and they are the source of never ending interest Arabs Persians Afghans Rajputs Parsees Chinese Japanese Malays Lascars Negroes from Zanzibar Madagascar and the Congo Abyssinians - Modern India by William Eleroy Curtis

  3. Dick sought to persuade himself that the silence was encouraging for it seemed to him that if the expedition had been cut to pieces the rejoicing of the Arabs would have spread itself abroad and some news of a disaster would have travelled through Somaliland to the coast or been carried by traders to Zanzibar - The Explorer by W. Somerset Maugham