two solitudes

noun

Canadian a term for the situation of English and French Canada, considered as socially and culturally isolated from each other

Nearby words

  1. two old cat,
  2. two pair,
  3. two rivers,
  4. two shakes of a lamb's tail,
  5. two sicilies,
  6. two strikes against,
  7. two strings to one's bow,
  8. two thousand guineas,
  9. two ways about it,
  10. two wrongs do not make a right

Word Origin for two solitudes

C20: from Two Solitudes, a novel by Canadian writer Hugh MacLennan (1907–90)

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