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Definition of proudscottery


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  • anticipatory, passive/aggressive compensating strategy, adopted exclusively by opponents of Scottish independence, amounting to an unprompted, vigorous assertion of (often extreme or hysterical) patriotism.

    Citation from "Nice bit of ProudScottery from wee Willie Rennie too!; Wings Over Scotland, 3 January 2014 censored in hope of resolving Google's penalty against this site.
    A patriotic Scot AND a proud Brit!

    Last edited on Jan 03 2014. Submitted by Anonymous from Glasgow, City of Glasgow, UK on Jan 03 2014.

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