[ UK /kˈɛlt/ ]
[ US /ˈkɛɫt, ˈsɛɫt/ ]
  1. a member of a European people who once occupied Britain and Spain and Gaul prior to Roman times
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How To Use Celt In A Sentence

  • The proposed new European league, in which Celtic and Rangers are the prime movers, will not just put the his club on a level commercial footing with the major Italian and English ones, but will also be a major stimulant to the Scottish game.
  • Now that I think about it, direct property distraint was a recognized means of compelling welchers to fulfill their obligations in the quasi-anarchic Brehon laws of Celtic Ireland, even if it was a case of tenants or debtors going after landlords or creditors. Shameless Self-promotion Sunday #30
  • Thereafter, he retreated to the Celtic backline.
  • The name Breizoz reflects the Celtic origin of the galette and crêpe, as well as the modern setting for this crêperie.
  • And in any case, there will be plenty of memories gained and stories to embellish after another extravaganza of Celtic solidarity.
  • Derry Rovers Youths gained sweet revenge over rivals Spink Celtic in this Shield match played in the Ben Mulhall Park on Sunday, April 7.
  • Unlike the Celtic centre-back, the Ibrox defender was allowed to swither over an offer from Dundee United.
  • The Scotland full-back was capped 57 times during two decades with Celtic.
  • fey" -- at least so our chief engineer remarked to me, and he has some reputation among the Celtic portion of our crew as a seer and expounder of omens. The Captain of the Polestar
  • The museum has a fascinating collection of Celtic artifacts.
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