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


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