Definition of East Ender in US English:

East Ender

noun

  • A native or inhabitant of the part of London east of the City as far as the Lea River, including the Docklands.

    ‘an East Ender accent’
    • ‘The East Ender struck Commonwealth gold in Melbourne in 2006.’
    • ‘The union leader described growing up as an East Ender in London, and how being moved to Hainault was like being "immigrated to Australia".’
    • ‘East Enders, after all, withstood the bulk of wartime bombing and personify Britain's "Blitz Spirit."’
    • ‘Stamp's parents Tom and Ethel were working class East Enders.’
    • ‘As a native East Ender she was infinitely more streetwise than me.’

Pronunciation

East Ender

/ˌēst ˈendər//ˌist ˈɛndər/