ANGLO

Part of speech:

The combining form for English, England.

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Usage examples "anglo":

  1. He trudged back across the prairie in no amiable mood, therefore, and swore in stalwart Anglo- Saxon to Captain Merrill that he would bring Wilkins to the scratch if he had to go to his quarters to do it. - "Marion's Faith.", Charles King.
  2. This architectural arrangement, it may be mentioned, was employed by some of the peoples of prehistoric Europe, and by the Romans, and Anglo- Saxons, and others abroad. - "Virginia Architecture in the Seventeenth Century", Henry Chandlee Forman.
  3. It is generally considered as one of the characteristics of the Anglo- Saxon style, where it is often to be met with of plain and rude construction. - "The Principles of Gothic Ecclesiastical Architecture, Elucidated by Question and Answer, 4th ed.", Matthew Holbeche Bloxam.