All in all, Bates strikes me as a good upstanding Englishman—the epitome of stiff-upper-lip resolve and restraint.
I thought if I heard one more Englishman say, “I dig” that I would never dig again.
She was not wearing hejab, but more surprising that that, is married to an Englishman.
Then she proposed marrying an Englishman--a scion of the hated ex-colonial power.
His second impulse, as a good upstanding Englishman, was to sell all rights to The Sun for £6,000.
Or, stop; they ought to have an Englishman with them perhaps.
My granddaughter, you may have heard, is engaged to an Englishman.
His ideas of social duty are different from those of the Englishman.
"May have its comb clipped if it make over-much noise," broke in an Englishman.
But what has been lost and what will be lost is the individual Roman's attitude and the individual Englishman's.