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  • n. Plural form of Francophobe.


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  • Dominque Strauss-Kahn , each of us—inveterate Francophobes, knee-jerk victimologists and so on—had a reason to idle our brain.

    The DSK Lesson

  • And for the Francophobes in my audience, here's one just for you.

    Archive 2009-01-11

  • Gourmet shops across Europe are peddling tins of plump, Brittany-bred sardines millesimees (that's vintage sardines to all you Francophobes).

    Food: Something's Fishy

  • Russophobes advocated policies of containing and opposing Russia, while Francophobes advocated policies of containing and opposing France.

    Bigotry and Opposition to Same-Sex Marriage

  • The Swiss architect Le Corbusier, as Francophobes have been more than ready to explain, bears some of the blame for both.

    Archive 2005-11-20

  • Francophobes can even get their own email address.

    crawling off the plate

  • Francophobes will be missing a treat if they boycott this place.

    Dining out with Moira Hodgson

  • Sorry, but despite what some sympathizers (and Francophobes) think .... living "in exile" for

  • Naturally, many of the films will be French, but fear not Francophobes, for there are some non-Gallic surprises in there as well.

    Like Anna Karina's Sweater

  • Grating hipster term for wine, used especially in the San Francisco Bay area, where younger, ostensibly hipper Snobs in the wine trade think that, by referring to wine as such, they are demystifying it for a grateful audience of Francophobes and reg’lar folk who will feel less intimidated if they think of wine as fermented grape juice.

    The Wine Snob's Dictionary, Volume 1


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