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English person   /ˈɪŋglɪʃ pˈərsən/   Listen
English person

noun
1.
A native or inhabitant of England.






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"English person" Quotes from Famous Books



... fresco entertainment than for close rooms, and the different groups of friends meeting there draw their chairs together in small circles, and thus hold their tertulia. The old Countess of Montijo was so much given to open-handed hospitality, and it was so easy for any English person to obtain an introduction to her tertulia, that her daughter, the Empress Eugenie, used to call it the Prado cubierto—"only the Prado with a roof on." It is not customary for anything but the very lightest of refreshments ...
— Spanish Life in Town and Country • L. Higgin and Eugene E. Street



Words linked to "English person" :   pommy, Lancastrian, Englishwoman, Britisher, Londoner, Hanoverian, Briton, Brummy, Englishman, Scouser, Sassenach, brit, Liverpudlian, Oxonian, Anglo-Indian, pom, Brummie, Mackem, England, Anglo-Saxon, Cantabrigian, geordie, tyke, Mancunian



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