- n. Plural form of Brit.
“The forthright, hip-gyrating dance for the array of disco-dancing and drink-swigging Brits is set tightly on the polonaise Tchaikovsky called a "dance with goblets," albeit, in the original, wine-filled ones toasting that libretto's prince.”
“Jim – takeaway to us Brits is as takeout to you Americans.”
“The Open Rights Group is hosting a public forum in London on Oct 2 to discuss the new proposal to disconnect Brits from the Internet if anyone in their household is accused of violating copyright:”
“Now add in the extra dimension: every "rising" in nationalist faith and fable, every iniquity committed by the Brits is recalled by the "martyrs for Ireland".”
“I could see her flinch at the word "common", the word Brits of every class, especially the common ones, hate more than any other.”
“Ah, Those Wacky Brits is the next entry in this blog.”
“The better health of Brits is not attributable to a superior health care system, but to their less stressful lives.”
“I guess we are at a stage in British history where the ethnicity of indigenous Brits is going to be radically changed again. .like the when the Vikings turned up, or the Romans, or the French.”
“Emigration by Native Brits is at record levels, immigration likewise.”
“Don't bother calling the Brits, they've stopped listening.”
‘Brits’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
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