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  • n. The love of Europe, Europeans, or European culture.


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  • For all their faults, mainly an obvious lefty PC agenda, and vices such as europhilia, I must agree.

    The Guardian Science Course

  • Then there is the element of europhilia, as embodied by Nick Clegg and many of his members of parliament.

    Cameron's Coup

  • Something tells me the Devil would have turned down his soul even he had repented of his rampant europhilia live on air anyway.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • You have to love rabid europhilia sometimes because it just produces the most hilarious nonsense.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • Now, as a sceptic of both rampant europhilia and rampant euroscepticism I have to say there is another reason that lists like that drive people mad.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • Then consider the openly admitted europhilia rife within your own MEP's etc.

    Congratulations to UKIP on their 5 Councillors

  • Then he worked out that the Liberal Democrats, however fervent their europhilia, were not going to kill the Coalition for a treaty which was expressly being advanced by President Sarkozy in re-election mode as a means of making London pay for the euro. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph


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