One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Relating to or characteristic of the English county of Salop, now known as Shropshire, or its inhabitants.‘the Salopian pub’
- ‘The tones were full of that familiar but distinctive accent with its mix of urban West Midland and rural Salopian.’
- ‘It's very difficult to imagine his current spouse pulling pints for the Salopian drinkers.’
- ‘In our family, for a number of generations, we have used the Salopian surname Sambrook for boys and girls.’
A native or inhabitant of the English county of Salop, now known as Shropshire.‘the daughter of a Salopian’
- ‘Magnus was an active Salopian, serving as a county councillor, alderman, and chairman of the planning committee.’
- ‘Chris talks to proud Salopians who simply won't live anywhere else, and charts how the County has changed whilst they have been in residence.’
- ‘It's not just through the airwaves that Salopians are connecting with their favourite radio station.’
- ‘Salopians are renowned for their generosity.’
- ‘Forgive me my pedantry, but as an adopted Salopian and a former resident of that town, may I point out that there is no "e" in Bridgnorth.’
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