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Definition of "irish" []

  • Of, relating to, or characteristic of Ireland, its people, their Celtic language, or their dialect of English (adjective)

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Use "irish" in a sentence
  • "And shame on the so called irish that have fought & fight today for an army that occupies our island."
  • "i don't think perpetuating "one researcher's" stereotypes about the irish is the way to go, however not-100\%-jewish you may be. i'd say that if blumenauer's on a financial committee, the first two questions are good. if he's going all environmentacular (as i'd predict), three and four are both good."
  • "Irish people would only do so because they are 'irish' and beyond everything they really cannot do otherwise because the country is genuinely screwed, any link between these two conditions …?"
  • "And shame on the so called irish that have fought & fight today for an army that occupies our island."
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