from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An American, especially an inhabitant of the United States, whose language and ancestry are English.
- adj. Of, relating to, or between England and America, especially the United States.
- adj. Of or relating to Anglo-Americans.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. White, non-Hispanic citizen of the United States.
- n. English-American, a North American of English heritage.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to the English and Americans, or to the descendants of Englishmen in America.
- n. an American who was born in England or whose ancestors were English.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Belonging or relating to, or connected with, England and America or the United States, or with the people of both: as, Anglo-American commerce; Anglo-American relations.
- Pertaining to the English who have settled in America, especially in the United States, or have become American citizens: as, the Anglo-American population of New York.
- n. A native or descendant of a native of England who has settled in America or has become an American (United States) citizen.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an American who was born in Britain or one whose ancestors were British
Henry enjoyed his school, which was called the Anglo-American and was housed in the rather dowdy buildings of what had once been a Soviet school.
The letter called Anglo-American ties "rock solid" and even gave a new formulation to describe them: "Ours is not just a special relationship; it is an essential relationship."
The economic models for settling forestry claims and claims with mineral rights (such as Anglo-American, Sappi, and Mondi) were in the final stages and should also assist in addressing some of the more challenging claims.
Nicky appealed to their old bonds.8 While the term “the cousins’ war” has been employed to refer to Anglo-American conflicts, World War I might also be dubbed a war of cousins.
The mine will b owned by NorthernDynasty, a Canadian subsidiary of Anglo-American which is complicit in the blood diamond trade.
Similarly, Frederick Hurten Rhead, one of the leading Anglo-American potters of the early twentieth century, learned that only consumers, and not style experts, could “tell the manufacturer what to make.”
§§3141–3156; Francois Quintard-Morenas, “The Presumption of Innocence in the French and Anglo-American Legal Traditions,” 58 American Journal of Comparative Law 107 n.355 2010.
His education was English or, more exactly, Anglo-American he attended Oxford and Harvard.
As former British colonies, India and Israel are kissing cousins of the Anglosphere, lands with distinct cultures that benefit from the liberal international order upheld by Anglo-American power.
“Anglo-American Methods of Indian Warfare, 1676–1794.”