But the real fact is, that there is nothing outlandish about Punch except the name, and even that has been anglicised.
Their name is now anglicised by the omission of one of the final n's.
The word "Pantomime" could not, I may say here, have been anglicised earlier than sometime during the seventeenth century.
Castoleto is not an Anglo-Saxon resort; it is small and of no reputation, and not as yet anglicised.
The country from Lige to Brussels wears the same anglicised face—hedgerows and trees without any leading features.
One is the appearance of the name "Ardélie," which our own Lady Winchelsea took and anglicised as her coterie title.
Let me say, at once, to avoid misapprehension, that I refer here to the majority of the anglicised versions of foreign libretti.
It is but the anglicised form of the French esprit, a word that has no entirely satisfactory English equivalent.
She felt the Home Rule question absolutely as only an Irishwoman (not anglicised) could.
Each returning sabbath saw Whitehall lighted up, and heard the tabors sound for a branle, (anglicised 'brawl').