Francophobe

adjective
Fran·co·phobe | \ˈfraŋ-kə-ˌfōb, -kō-\

Definition of Francophobe 

: marked by a fear or strong dislike of France or French culture or customs

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Francophobe noun
Francophobia \ˌfraŋ-kə-ˈfō-bē-ə, -kō- \ noun

First Known Use of Francophobe

1855, in the meaning defined above

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