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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishSassenachSas‧se‧nach /ˈsæsənæk/ noun [countable]  SANan English person – used by Scottish people in a humorous way or to show disapproval
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SassenachAnother try at the corner of Sassenach was made by Jimmy Marshall in 1953, again from the Centurion groove.Alas, his selection would require an improbable U-turn on the part of the Sassenach segment of the selectors.
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