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Allies in World War I, the alliance of France, Great Britain, Russia, and other nations against the Central Powers. [2 definitions]
American Revolution the war of 1775-83 in which the American colonies won their independence from Great Britain.
Arthur in legend, esp. as codified by Thomas Malory in the sixteenth-century Morte d'Arthur, the King of Britain and the leader of the Knights of the Round Table.
baron a member of the hereditary nobility. In Great Britain, a baron is a nobleman of the lowest rank; peer. [1/2 definitions]
Ben Nevis the highest mountain peak in Great Britain (elevation, 4,406 feet, or 1,344 meters), located in the Grampian Mountains of western Scotland. [1/2 definitions]
blitz (cap.; prec. by "the") the bombing attacks on Britain carried out by the German air force in 1940 and 1941 during World War II. [1/4 definitions]
Brit (informal) a person from Great Britain; Briton.
Britain the main island of the United Kingdom, located off the northwest coast of France and occupied by England, Scotland, and Wales; Great Britain. [1/2 definitions]
Britannia Great Britain or the British Empire, often represented as a seated, helmeted woman holding a trident. [2/3 definitions]
Britannic of Great Britain; British. [1/2 definitions]
Briticism a word, phrase, or idiom characteristic of or belonging exclusively to the English language as used in Great Britain.
British of or pertaining to Great Britain or the United Kingdom, or its people, culture, language, or the like. [4 definitions]
Britisher a native of Great Britain, esp. of England, or a descendant thereof; Englishman or Englishwoman.
British Isles Great Britain, Ireland, and the adjacent smaller islands, collectively.
Briton a native or citizen of Great Britain, esp. England, or a descendant thereof; Britisher. [2 definitions]
Brythonic P-Celtic, esp. as spoken in Britain or derived from such speech; Britannic. [1/2 definitions]
by-election in Britain and other countries, an election held between general elections to fill a vacant seat in government.
collier a coal miner, esp. in Great Britain. [2 definitions]
colliery a coal mine, esp. in Great Britain, including the buildings and equipment associated with it.
dame (cap.) in Britain, a woman's title comparable to knight; formerly, the title of the wife of a knight or baronet. [1/3 definitions]
Downing Street the elected government of Great Britain, so termed because 10 Downing Street is the residence of the prime minister.