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  • n. Alternative capitalization of Anglophobia


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  • Gordon Brown’s anglophobia is an expression of moral repugnance

    Gained in translation

  • Henry McDonald, our Irish-born Ireland correspondent, was subjected to a little bit of perceived anglophobia this week outside the home of David Norris, the Irish senator forced to withdraw from the race to become the Republic's next president following a scandal involving a former beau.

    Hugh Muir's diary

  • Perhaps born out of an unsaid, inner anglophobia, most of my teachers, talented as they were, seemed to feel that it was their priority to sanitize our French from the satanic forces of English corruption.

    Ti to binein???

  • Still, despite its anglophobia, and despite my most distressing results, this was one of the most entertaining quizzes I have taken so far.

    Which Annoying B-List Celebrity Are you?

  • But the emptiness of this normal national hatred of John Bull was shown in 1898, when, at the first distinct sign of friendliness on the part of the British government and people, the whole American anglophobia vanished, and the people of the continent realized that the time had come for a recognition of the essential and normal harmony of the ancient enemies.

    The Wars Between England and America

  • But Celtic nationalism is not the same thing as anglophobia.

    Notes on Nationalism

  • Under his administration, the Naval Bill of 1900, passed in a heat of anglophobia aroused by the Boer War, doubled the program of 1898, and contained ingenious provisions by which the Reichstag was bound to steady increases covering a long period of years, and by which the Navy

    A History of Sea Power

  • On another occasion, the same critic tells us, Douglas "raved an hour about democracy and anglophobia and universal empire."

    Stephen Arnold Douglas

  • Congressional lieutenants, Monroe in the Senate and Madison in the House, he lamented "the anglophobia, secret antigallomany" that have "decided the complexion of our dispositions."

    Washington and his colleagues; a chronicle of the rise and fall of federalism

  • If one be a sufferer from anglophobia, a tour of the globe by conventional paths may produce rather more irritation than is good for man -- to such a traveler the British Empire is a chronic nightmare, for the red flag is everywhere.

    East of Suez Ceylon, India, China and Japan


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