from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who admires England, its people, and its culture.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. an admirer of England and things English.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Friendly to England and English institutions; fond of English social life, manners, customs, etc.
- n. One who admires or is friendly to England; a lover or admirer of English institutions, social life, manners, customs, etc.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an admirer of England and things English
It's no secret that HotelChatter is a total Anglophile, meaning we're a bit obsessed with anything British, even going so far as to hire a
An '' 'Anglophile' '' is someone who loves England and appreciates its historical significance.
And Tonic Stress is not an Anglophile cocktail -- served up with an olive and a twist of lemon -- at the Bar Hemingway in the Ritz Hotel ....
An Anglophile who studied a the London School of Economics, his strong connections to Britain will no doubt be of great interest to many.12.10am: You can read a profile of Saif, written by the Guardian's Middle East Editor, Ian Black, here.12.16am: The fall-out from events in Libya appears to be taking a toll among representatives of the regime abroad.
Since discovering the BBC some years ago, John has become an obsessive Anglophile.
It's nice to see the Queen of Pop so flustered that the Anglophile has to pause to elucidate the difference between "who" and "whom."
Meanwhile, his Anglophile secretary of the Treasury, Hamilton, hoped he would refuse to see the upstart ambassador.
"Moreover, I can't think of any other 'minority' of which this is remotely true, unless it were to be the other minority from which I can claim descent: people of British or Anglophile provenance."
You're a great Anglophile, so I'm sure you know about Desert Island Discs: a guest chooses their eight favourite records.
The King's Speech is an extremely well-made film with a seductive human interest plot, very prettily calculated to appeal to the smarter filmgoer and the latent Anglophile.