Meaning of Welshness in English:



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  • ‘It talks about Welshness, and how good it is to be Welsh.’
  • ‘At the heart of his vocations as poet and priest, one finds dynamic tensions between belonging and not belonging, between Welshness and Englishness, between belief and uncertainty.’
  • ‘When the University of Wales at Aberystwyth was established, its links with European culture were initially emphasized rather than its Welshness.’
  • ‘Welsh choruses, for example, have long maintained repertories and concert practices that intentionally draw attention to Welshness.’
  • ‘Despite her travels, Mary Warner never lost her Welshness.’