QUOTE(thekohser @ Thu 3rd November 2011, 6:18pm)
QUOTE(dogbiscuit @ Thu 3rd November 2011, 1:49pm)
Noun, c, verb s.
Not in America. I'm from America, and as much as Jimbo imagines himself to be an English lord, he's from America, too.
Yes, but it's a discussion on the BBC web site, and you can't get more British than that.
I'm far more baffled by the spelling "principalled", which (if it means anything) neans having a principal, as opposed to having a principle. Or don't Americans have principles?