Americanophile

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noun Amer·i·can·o·phile \ə-ˌmer-ə-ˈka-nə-ˌfī(-ə)l, -ˌmər-ə-, -ˌme-rə-\

Definition of Americanophile

plural

Americanophiles

  1. :  a person who greatly admires or favors America or things from American culture And, just as he lusts for European civility and cultural awareness, the journalist Jeanne, an Americanophile who always dreamed of watching Pacific sunsets, is, in turn, attracted by U.S.-style directness and verve. — Michael Wilmington, Los Angeles Times, 9 Oct. 1992

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