• WordNet 3.6
    • n Francophil an admirer of France and everything French
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In literature:

Rome, chez Francophile Aletophile.
"Notes and Queries, Vol. V, Number 116, January 17, 1852" by Various

In news:

Thousands of Francophiles are expected to invade Smith Street in Boerum Hill this Sunday, July 15, for the biggest Bastille Day celebration in the U.S.
Whether you are a true Francophile or just love French cuisine, you will want to check out Bastille Day at Gerard's in Lahaina.
FRANCOPHILE Ed Perzel of North Carolina fell for Citroën 2CVs in Paris, but bought his '64 model from the restoration shop in Toms River, N.J. A Four-Wheeler for Francophiles.
Unashamed Francophiles, unite and picnic.
The painted caves of Lascaux and the fuselage of the Concorde may represent two very different pinnacles of human achievement—but a Francophile will happily point out that both are French.
Also, he remembered the beauty, warm voice, and parallel Francophilism of Julia Child viewed from his studio's proximity to her kitchen studio while he was filming Parlons Francais.
Francophiles will love this shop, which feels like a little slice of southern France.
Everything sounds better in French, including thank you -- one reason why we love these hand-stamped Francophile cards made from recycled paper.
This survival tale will make you a serious Francophile.