Definitions

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  • n. a person from Birmingham, United Kingdom.
  • adj. of or relating to Birmingham, United Kingdom.

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Examples

  • A Brummie is a denizen of Birmingham, England, from where your editor hails.

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  • "Soldiers find 'Brummie' Afghan fighter they'd shot had Aston Villa tattoo"

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  • As 'Brummie' Barker's body was being carried to the truck, 'Brummie' suddenly sat up on the stretcherand looked around him, blinking.

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  • 'Brummie' Barker dropped to the ground the same instant, or a fraction earlier, stunned by shock.

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  • Re: Soldiers find 'Brummie' Afghan fighter they'd shot had Aston

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  • Re: Soldiers find 'Brummie' Afghan fighter they'd shot had Aston So ASHIE, As it was your party that got rid of the death penalty for treason, what legal sanctions will you bring in for UK citizens found fighting against the UK or its Allies aborad?

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  • a group of fans formed 'The Bomber Squad', named after Albion's all-time leading goal scorer Tony Brown, to try and create a singing area at the back of the 'Brummie'.

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  • Instead, they host an allnighter with elder statesman of European techno Speedy J going up against Brummie DJ Surgeon who, despite having been around since the late -90s, is a comparative newcomer.

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  • Naturally, we skipped all that as it sounded more than we could handle and, on our first bright morning, headed for the ski school and a lesson with Manuel – a patient and funny guide who spoke English with a strong Brummie accent, He'd worked for five months as a waiter in Sutton Coldfield.

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  • He has a Brummie accent, huge hands and a tendency to shout when provoked.

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