not in accordance with the typical attitudes, customs, and beliefs of the English people
⇒ To his eyes the disposition of plants and rocks was horribly contrived and un-English., ⇒ Class war, socialism, fascism were un-English ideas, only suitable, if suitable at
all, for foreign countries., ⇒ Maria had discovered a very un-English ability to haggle.
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