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Things irish often describes (“irish ________”)
people, history, immigrants, catholics, question, language, americans, members, government, literature, nationalism, parliament, affairs, women, descent, society, politics, nationalists, party, nation, girl, policy, writers, coast, family, population, army, american, rebellion, culture, music, potatoes, bishops, tradition, families, protestants, poet, name, blood, peasant, independence, movement, gentleman, monks, brogue, rebels, community, famine, soldiers, leaders, church, origin, names, landlords, immigration, race, ancestry, peasantry, accent, emigrants, workers, economy, priest, leader, vote, trade, troops, immigrant, priests, peasants, poetry, writer, songs, industry, saints, identity, settlers, parents, melodies, whiskey, extraction, poets, clergy, girls, stew, regiments, farmers, moss, kings, boy

How irish often is described (“________ irish”)
anglo, scotch, native, many, ancient, poor, wild, old, british, early, american, modern, anti, 18th, mere, immigrant, non, southern, pure, pagan, generation, peculiarly, class, northern, disaffected, half, born, compulsory, rural, scottish, century, rebellious, ignorant, destitute, unfortunate, loyal, called, indigenous, catholic, impoverished, dirty, barbarous, poorer, pro, wretched, part, oppressed, victorious, innocent, discontented, meere, savage, stricken, brave, speaking, turbulent, bloody, unhappy, wealthy, hostile, gaelic, distressed, miserable, aboriginal, 1st, fluent, damned

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See irish used in context: 5 rhymes, 9 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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