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  • n. Plural form of anglophile.

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Examples

  • He was drumming up publicity for her Cole for the last six months and I thought it would work, that he was bringing us a little bit of his Britain – especially as we're all anglophiles this summer after the royal wedding.

    Cheryl Cole ponders switch to BBC after X Factor sacking

  • Besides, we should choose our friends with care: Hitler, Hess and von Ribbentrop were all anglophiles.

    Britain isn't called great for nothing | Bella Bathurst

  • IT can't be denied that Glyn Davies 'arguments in response to Adam Price's speech do merit serious consideration; sure, the Tories are a collection of regressive rightwing anglophiles who have been on the wrong side of every argument for the last three centuries, but let us not forget that they have feelings just like everybody else.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Though her visit is scheduled to last just five hours, her arrival Tuesday morning has sent some anglophiles aflutter.

    New Yorkers Prepare For Queen Elizabeth II Visit

  • They were rabid anglophiles; Chris often told his brother he'd been born in the wrong country at the wrong time and should be leading a band like the Who or the Kinks.

    Big Star: The Unluckiest Band In America

  • This would shore up his support amongst anglophiles, but might lead to accusations that he is a royalist.

    Obama to campaign in Virginia with Webb

  • Okay, I'm a lifelong lover of most things English -- well, maybe not the food, but I hear they call people like me anglophiles.

    Celebrating 300 by Opening the Floor

  • The metaphor could have been expanded to bring in other interests: Herbal teas would attract a ‘new age’ voting bloc, whereas ‘afternoon tea’ would have attracted anglophiles and gaymen.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » How Private Property Saved the Pilgrims

  • The metaphor could have been expanded to bring in other interests: Herbal teas would attract a ‘new age’ voting bloc, whereas ‘afternoon tea’ would have attracted anglophiles and gay men.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » How Private Property Saved the Pilgrims

  • Pegg, Wright and Frost had to balance out two distinct audiences on either side of the pond, and I think they managed it pretty damn well, because there were enough jokes that only anglophiles or British expats would find funny in an American audience. cialis Says:

    Matthew Yglesias » Hot Fuzz

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