from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A British person.
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- noun informal A
- abbreviation lexicography
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One that, in Dadge's words, lives up to what he calls Brit grit.
There's plonkers out there that will say it's short for yiddish like p*** is short for Pakistani, and that it's the same as the word 'Brit'.
Because Brit-Brit is gone to make some cold hard cash off the episode.
– - Ya know, Brit is physically looking more and more like Pat Roberston, too.
I agree with southwest in that enough has been said here, but I would end by saying that Brit is not offensive TO YOU NOW.
That's because she'll be running for two: The Brit is expecting her second child in September.
I find it most depressing that books written in Brit are adapted for the US.
My Brit is more than just a valuable bird dog - he's my friend and constant companion and losing him, as I did a few seasons back - for 24 hours - would be a heartbreak beyond words.
Well, Lance Bass, former NSYNC member, has the rights to a previously unreleased song that Monroe recorded before her untimely death in 1962; he thinks that Brit is the perfect person to sing with Monroe on the track.
After 35 years of reading the news Brit is as capable as anyone in the WH to set American terror polity … ..