Sassenach

NOUN
  1. the Scots' term for an English person
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How To Use Sassenach In A Sentence

  • Your Sassenach is known as the luckiest man in England. Much Ado About Marriage
  • “If I gie ye a bawbee,” said he to an urchin of about ten years old, with a fragment of a tattered plaid about him, “will you understand Sassenach?” Rob Roy
  • As a mere Sassenach, I am quite intimidated by the presence of yourself and the piper from the 48th. Dominion of Canada Day Luncheon
  • I knew he didn't mean me; the word was spoken with a completely different-and quite shocking-intonation; a bitterness that reminded me that "Sassenach" was by no means a friendly term in normal usage. A Breath of Snow and Ashes
  • Alas, his selection would require an improbable U-turn on the part of the Sassenach segment of the selectors.
  • And when we reached the castle, he left me at the gate with no more than a softly mocking, "Good e'en, Mistress Sassenach. Sick Cycle Carousel
  • Sassenach," he said against my shoulder, a moment later. Sick Cycle Carousel
  • And when we reached the castle, he left me at the gate with no more than a softly mocking, "Good e'en, Mistress Sassenach. Sick Cycle Carousel
  • Sassenach," he said, "if you apologize each time ye hurt me, it's going to be a verra long night-and it's lasted some time already. Sick Cycle Carousel
  • You'd not worrit yourself over the lassie, would ye now, Sassenach?" he asked shrewdly. Sick Cycle Carousel
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