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Britain

Noun1.BritainBritain - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland
1000000000000, admass, admiralty, afternoon tea, aggro, al-Muhajiroun, Anglo-Saxon, anorak, appro, argle-bargle, argy-bargy, arterial road, assurance, Bachelor of Medicine, backbench, backbencher, bagatelle, balls-up, ballup, banger, bar, bar billiards, base rate, Battle of Britain, beanfeast, beastliness, berk, betting shop, billion, bin liner, biscuit, bit, bitter, Blimp, boffin, boilers suit, boilersuit, book token, boot, boot sale, bottle bank, Boxing Day, British Cabinet, British Isles, brolly, bubble and squeak, bugger all, bumf, bumph, bun-fight, bunfight, burnup, butty, caff, Cambria, canvasser, car boot sale, caravan, carriageway, carry-forward, carry-over, caster sugar, castor sugar, cattle cake, Central Intelligence Machinery, cert, chancellor, Chief Constable, chipolata, Christmas box, Christmas cake, CIM, circuit, Civil List, clanger, class list, clawback, clearway, clever clogs, clever Dick, climbing frame, clotted cream, clunch, cobblers, cockup, coiner, Colonel Blimp, colour supplement, commissionaire, Common Market, common room, conk, conservancy, constable, convener, cookie, cooky, copper's nark, costing, cottage pie, council tax, countenance, countinghouse, county council, county town, crick, croft, crossbench, crossbencher, Crown land, cuppa, cupper, Cymru, dale, delf, derv, Devonshire cream, dickey, dickey-seat, dickie, dickie-seat, dicky, dicky-seat, direct-grant school, divvy, dixie, doddle, dog's breakfast, dog's dinner, dole, don, doorhandle, doorknob, double Dutch, double first, EC, Eccles cake, EEC, Elastoplast, England, Esq, Esquire, estate car, EU, Europe, European Community, European Economic Community, European Union, Fabianism, facer, fairy light, Fanny Adams, fare-stage, fire watcher, fire watching, first, first-class honours degree, fish slice, fives, fleapit, flit, footplate, free house, front bench, frontbencher, fruit machine, fruiterer, fuck all, fug, gamp, gaudy, GB, gen, gin mill, giro, giro account, giro cheque, glebe house, go-slow, gob, golden syrup, graham, graham flour, Great Britain, green paper, greengrocer, greengrocery, guest night, gun room, gutter press, guvnor, Guy, Guy Fawkes Day, gymslip, hair slide, half-term, hall of residence, handbasin, hard cheese, hard shoulder, hasty pudding, headship, heath, heathland, High Commission, high tea, Higher National Diploma, highroad, Highway Code, hire-purchase, HND, hock, Home Counties, home help, home-farm, honours, honours degree, honours list, Hooray Henry, hose, hosiery, hot pot, hotpot, houseman, housing estate, hypermarket, in, inch, indent, Inland Revenue, inquiry agent, intern, interne, invigilation, invigilator, IR, jobcentre, jolly, judder, justiciar, justiciary, kedgeree, kerb crawler, kingdom, kip, kisser, knock-on effect, L-plate, Lady, land agent, last, lavabo, Ld., lemon cheese, lemon curd, lido, lie-in, life office, limited company, linendraper, local authority, lodge, lollipop lady, lollipop woman, Lord Chancellor, Lord High Chancellor, lords temporal, Ltd., lucky dip, ludo, lumber room, mac, macintosh, mack, mackintosh, Magna Carta, Magna Charta, margrave, mate, Maundy, Maundy money, MB, meat safe, medical intern, medium wave, mercer, mere, mess-up, mews, MI, Military Intelligence Section 5, Military Intelligence Section 6, milk float, milliard, minicab, minicar, minister, Ministry of Transportation test, minster, mod, mod con, MOT, MOT test, muffin man, mug, nan, nark, national assistance, national service, National Trust, NATO, nearside, never-never, new town, news reader, newsreader, niff, no-go area, noblewoman, noddle, Norfolk wherry, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Northern Ireland, nosh-up, nous, November 5, NT, office-bearer, one million million, one million million million, Open University, Ordnance Survey, outfitter, outport, overall, Oxbridge, pale ale, panda car, pannikin, pantechnicon, panto, parka, parliament, parliamentary agent, paternoster, patrial, pease pudding, peer, peer of the realm, peeress, pelican crossing, peppercorn rent, perambulation, perch, phiz, physiognomy, pillar box, piss-up, pitch, placeman, placeseeker, plain flour, play-box, playbox, plimsoll, plonk, ploughman's lunch, plughole, pogey, pogy, point, point duty, pointsman, pole, police constable, polony, pong, pony-trekking, poor rates, Poppy Day, pork butcher, pot plant, potboy, pothouse, potman, poverty trap, power point, prang, preceptor, Premium Bond, pretty, privy council, pub, public house, public school, publican, pud, pudding, pull-in, pull-up, punch-up, punnet, push-bike, quadrillion, quarter, quarter day, quarterlight, question master, question time, quizmaster, race meeting, racing circuit, rag, rag day, rag week, ranker, ratability, ratables, rateability, rateables, ratepayer, rates, rave-up, recorder, redbrick university, redcap, Rediffusion, refresher, Remembrance Day, Remembrance Sunday, remover, rent-rebate, returning officer, Rhenish, Rhine wine, rick, rock salmon, rocker, rod, roly-poly, roly-poly pudding, rota, rowing boat, royal charter, rub up, rugby, rugby football, rugger, rustication, salad cream, saloon, sandboy, SAS, saveloy, Scotland, scrimshank, scrimshanker, scrumpy, scrutineer, scullery, secateurs, second estate, Secret Intelligence Service, Security Service, select committee, sell-by date, settler, shadow cabinet, shake, sheeprun, sheepwalk, shire, shire town, shooting brake, short list, shoulder flash, shove-ha'penny, shove-halfpenny, shovel board, shufti, sick benefit, sickness benefit, simnel, Sir, sixpence, sixth form, sixth-former, skid lid, skidpan, skiffle, skiffle group, skivvy, slate club, slavey, slip carriage, slip coach, slop basin, slop bowl, slop-seller, slopseller, smallholder, smallholding, smiler, snogging, snorter, social assistance, sod, Special Air Service, Special Branch, speech day, spinney, spiv, sponge bag, spot, spotted dick, spring onion, sprog, square-bashing, squire, stalls, stately home, Sten gun, stipendiary, stipendiary magistrate, stockbroker belt, stockjobber, stone, stone breaker, storm cone, strongroom, sublieutenant, subtopia, suet pudding, suffragette, sundowner, supergrass, supplementary benefit, supremo, surgery, surgical spirit, sweet Fanny Adams, tallyman, tanner, tannoy, taphouse, tart, tavern keeper, tea, tea biscuit, tea parlor, tea parlour, teacake, teahouse, tearaway, tearoom, teashop, teatime, Ted, Teddy boy, tenpence, terrace, terraced house, Thatcherism, Thatcherite, The Great Charter, third estate, threepence, ticket tout, ticktack, tinker, tipsy cake, titfer, tod, toilet bag, tombola, top-up, tout, town gas, townee, trad, training college, treacle, trillion, trunk road, tuck, tuck box, tuck shop, UK, underfelt, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, vac, valuer, van, VDU, verge, Victoria plum, Victoria sandwich, Victoria sponge, victualer, victualler, villa, visage, visual display unit, Wales, Wally, wash-hand basin, washbasin, washbowl, water-rate, weald, wheeze, wherry, whip-round, whist drive, whitefish, whole meal flour, whole wheat flour, wincey, winceyette, windbreaker, windcheater, wog, wooden spoon, workhouse, works council, wrick, Wykehamist, year dot, zizz
Browse
Bristletail
Bristliness
bristling with
Bristly
bristly locust
bristly oxtongue
bristly sarsaparilla
bristly sarsparilla
Bristol
Bristol board
Bristol brick
Bristol Channel
Bristol diamond
Bristol stone
Brisure
Brit
-- Britain --
Britannia
Britannia metal
Britannic
britches
Brite
Brith
Briticism
British
British Broadcasting Corporation
British Cabinet
British capacity unit
British capital
British Columbia
British Commonwealth
British Crown
British Empire
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