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Synonyms for Briton



Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition. 2002 © HarperCollins Publishers 1995, 2002

Synonyms for Briton

a native or inhabitant of Great Britain

an inhabitant of southern Britain prior to the Anglo-Saxon invasions

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And at last he says: "As barbarism crept in they were no longer called Britons, but Welsh, a word derived either from Gualo, one of their dukes, or from Guales, their Queen, or else from their being barbarians.
Geoffrey then says that he hands over the matter of writing about the later Welsh and Saxon kings to others, "Whom I bid be silent as to the kings of the Britons, seeing that they have not that book in the British speech which Walter, Archdeacon of Oxford, did convey hither out of Brittany, the which I have in this wise been at the pains of translating into the Latin speech."
Paul Roberts, 43, and Deborah Briton, 53, were jailed after brazenly trying to con travel firm Thomas Cook.
In line with the commitment to keep people safe and secure, security solutions provider Allegion has launched a new range of point of sales materials that focus on giving buyers product and usage information for its range of Briton products.
David Briton had been in a longrunning dispute with Steven Caulkin and they ended up in a violent confrontation.
Prosecutor Matthew Bean told the court Briton, of Poole Road, Sunderland, has a previous conviction for violence involving members of his wife's family and claims he has been stabbed by Mr Caulkin in the past.
If a Briton says something is "amazing", what they really mean is "I am indifferent" or "I am staggered at the situation and no amount of animated gesticulating will suffice."
A MAN arrested on suspicion of murder following the discovery of a body in Briton Ferry has been released on bail.
William Briton of Kelston (1564-ca 1636) extracted sections from Gorboduc that show he read the play for commonplaces and political advice while also positioning it as a literary text.
MARK Cavendish won the points jersey at the Vuelta a Espana yesterday - becoming the first Briton in 21 years to earn the sprinters' title at a Grand Tour.
Bowls Neath & District Bowling Association Division One: Glyncorrwg 81, Pontrhydyfen 69; Pontardawe 73, Neath Town 52; Neath Town 55, Glyncorrwg 82; Pontrhydyfen 81, Briton Ferry Steel 72; Glyncorrwg 81, Aberavon 67 Division Two: Bryn Welfare 103, Taibach 57; TRW Cam Gears 95, Tyn y Twr Baglan 65; Briton Ferry Steel Combine 71, Taibach 81; Tic Toc Community 85, Llansawel 72 Division Three: Swansea Vale 96, Mount Pleasant 66; Gwynfi 64, Ystradgynlais 84; Ystalyfera 65, Mount Pleasant 89 Division Four: Briton Ferry Town 46, Cwmavon 77; Cwmllynfell & District 74, Melyn Utd 77; Croeserw 63, Port Talbot Municipal 64; Gwaun Cae Gurwen 66, Vivian Park 98; Gnoll 75, Melyn Utd 54
Summary: London, July 02, 2010, SPA -- A Briton employed as a private security guard died in a suicide attack on offices of a US aid contractor in northern Afghanistan, dpa quoted the Foreign Office in London as confirming today.
It was revealed earlier that the 24-year-old from the Isle of Man will be staying with his Team Columbia-HTC squad in 2010, and the Briton celebrated in style with a 22nd win of the season.
What perspective gave birth to a Ghanaian proverb which loosely translates like this: "You cannot hide behind your finger." In 2002, thousands of Britons voted Winston Churchill as the "greatest Briton" that ever lived.