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Why is the word British not in the dictionary?

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asked 7 years ago in Dictionary by anonymous

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Contact Zynga as they have control over the word list. Their help desk is http://newtoy.zendesk.com
answered 7 years ago by admin Word Freak (50,570 points)
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Because British is a proper noun and unlike the similar French (french fries, french toast, french kiss), there are no non-capitalized uses of British.
answered 7 years ago by scooteristi Word Freak (7,150 points)
'British' is an adjective, not a noun.

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