- Not considered characteristic of English people or the English language: the dress emphasized her un-English appearanceMore example sentences
- As an English boy growing up in some distinctly un-English places he no doubt became adept in ‘being English’ in a way that a kid growing up in Shropshire wouldn't have to.
- The latter's name was distinctively un-English and must have originated from Alaska's Russian settlers (‘pushki’ means ‘canons’ in Russian).
- If he had watched with an open heart and mind, he would have noticed many un-English faces, including our three children's, who were quietly celebrating the virtues of this country and all its people.
More definitions of un-EnglishDefinition of un-English in:
- The US English dictionary