Scots-Irish American - definition of Scots-Irish American by The Free Dictionary
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1. (used with a pl. v.) the descendants of the Lowland Scots who were settled in Ulster in the 17th century. adj.
2. of or pertaining to the Scotch-Irish.
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Indeed, as Britons they should recognize the close religious and cultural affinities between the Scots-Irish American
South and Ulster.
A Scots-Irish American
whispered in my ear that, to see big business going full tilt, you have to see the Irish community in action.
It's a phrase which many Scots-Irish Americans
might find nostalgic and motivational.