half-English

half-English

adj
having partial English citizenship through the nationality of one parent
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His mother was half-English, his father was half-French.
The audiences were great, even though they were half-English, and I had the time of my life.
The story is of a vivacious, illicit love affair between the author's ancestor Andrea Memmo, an outstanding Venitian statesman, and a beautiful half-English girl named Giustiniana Wynne.
The actress, who also appeared in two 'The Fast and the Furious' films, is the daughter of a Dominican mother and a half-Saint Lucian, half-English father.
He's half-Jamaican, half-English and he loves to talk about himself, coming from mixed heritage.
Delegates had the opportunity to hear from Max Stanton, the half-English, half-American traveller often referred to as Max of Arabia.
Half-English, half-Scottish, she was his niece, the Lady Margaret Douglas.
Hogg, 31, was born and lived in Surrey until he was five when his half-English father relocated the family to the Mediterranean island.
They intrigued Andrew Nicholson, manager of the pub which is famous for its half-English, half-Spanish origin.
"My kids go to school here and they are half-English, and that is important as well.