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Synonyms for Welsh

a native or resident of Wales

a Celtic language of Wales

a breed of dual-purpose cattle developed in Wales

cheat by avoiding payment of a gambling debt


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of or relating to or characteristic of Wales or its people or their language


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117) Stories of dogfights-turned-people-fights abound, often revolving around bet welshers or sore losers.
The strains that Greece is putting on the Eurozone may well cause some countries to re-evaluate their desire to quickly join the single currency (some like the Czechs didn't appear that keen even before the Greek problem blew up), while countries like Germany may be loath to admit other potential welshers into the club.
Now that's a phrase that sounds like it was coined a century ago by some oft-quoted smart ass but I've just made it up and it means absolutely nothing, which is what welshers usually pay.
Liars, cheaters and welshers, or at best, idiots and incompetent administrators.
Don't tell me we haven't got a far higher proportion of brown-nosers, bandwagon-jumpers, welshers (it's all right: I am Welsh) and general bottom-feeders in our great sport - as well as, paradoxically, a far higher proportion of very decent, honest people - than society as a whole.