an English person who believes the best interests of Britain are served by attention to Britain itself, rather than to the concerns of the empire.
(esp in the 19th century) a person opposed to the extension of the British Empire
(Brit, informal) a person who perceives most foreign influences on Britain’s culture and institutions as damaging or insidious
noun, Eastern Church. 1. the solemn procession in which the book of the Gospels is carried through the nave of the church and into the bema.
noun 1. a township in NE New Jersey.
noun 1. the finger farthest from the thumb, the smallest of the five fingers.
noun 1. a river in N Minnesota, flowing N to the Rainy River on the Canadian border. 132 miles (212 km) long.