• WordNet 3.6
    • n anglophil an admirer of England and things English
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In literature:

Above all, the new constitutional Russia of the Duma is Anglophil.
"Why We Are At War (2nd Edition, revised)" by Members of the Oxford Faculty of Modern History
I was talking, a short time ago, to a very intelligent, and also Anglophile, French friend of mine.
"Political and Literary essays, 1908-1913" by Evelyn Baring
What will the anglophiles of Boston say to this?
"Diary from March 4, 1861, to November 12, 1862" by Adam Gurowski

In news:

Reflections on being an Anglophile .
To be sure, he enjoys the usual Anglophile perks common to many rich Russian Londoners.
The Ford leads with an Anglophile face: a ribbed Aston Martin-style grille that seems a vestige of Ford's previous ownership of that British marque.
At the risk of sounding like an Anglophile Andy Rooney, I hate drama series The Gilded Age on principle.
Attention, Anglophiles: How's this for a cast.
3 perfect summer books for Anglophiles.
For your eccentric friend or the Anglophile in your life -- here's a hand- knitted hat in the shape of a teapot.
On their second LP, they still favor mannered Anglophile synth pop that has somehow retained its "alternative" branding three decades after the Eighties.
That's not a slight on the afternoon, Anglophile tradition but rather a reflection of New York's left-leaning body politic.
If you are an anglophile and fancy yourself a cup of hot tea , tune in for your weekly dose of ' Tea Time' Wednesdays at 2.30.
Anglophiles will be delighted by this memoir from the Duchess of Devonshire.