One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The hotel is in the thick of Inverness's scenic riverside bed and breakfast land, inhabited by bemused Dutch camper van drivers and anoraked American tourists struggling with umbrellas.’
- ‘Spotted on Piccadilly: even geekier than a business man on a Segway, an anoraked man wearing a bicycle helmet.’
- ‘When we all disembarked the PR man introduced me to the anoraked, bearded man.’
- ‘When I lived in London, I passed through England's busiest railway station - Clapham Junction - on an almost daily basis, and without fail, there was always a handful of anoraked individuals with notepads doing a spot of light trainspotting.’
- ‘Tall, with long, Sixties-style hair and trendy dark shirts, he does not conform to the public stereotype of the anoraked maths professor.’
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