Definition of Anglo-Celt in English:


Syllabification: An·glo-Celt
Pronunciation: /ˌaNGɡlōˈkelt


A person of British or Irish descent (typically used outside Britain and Ireland).
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  • Most of these noble white guys (and they were almost all male Anglo-Celts) are dead or doddery.
  • An Anglo-Celt is no less likely to be a megalomaniac than anyone else.
  • Melbourne is famed for producing four seasons in one day and that's the kind of weather Anglo-Celts can relate to.



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  • Demographics indicate unquestionably that the independent (non-Catholic) private schools cater primarily to Anglo-Celtic children, predominantly those residing in areas of affluence.
  • Whatever the current political climate may make of the pioneers who attempted to ‘open up’ the interior, that economic experiment was not solely a product of Anglo-Celtic ingenuity, effort or political hegemony.
  • Australians of Asian ancestry - and indeed any ancestry other than Anglo-Celtic - will find an equality of sorts in their utter absence from Greer's narrative. They simply don't exist.

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