anglophilism

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noun an·gloph·i·lism \ˌaŋ-ˈglä-fə-ˌli-zəm, ˈaŋ-glə-ˌfī-\
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Anglophilism

Definition of anglophilism

  1. anglophilia Maybe this book fostered my lifelong anglophilism, which has always been drawn more toward the wild moors of the North than the sedate farmland of Sussex. — Russ Wellen, Scholars and Rogues, 25 Jan. 2009

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Origin and Etymology of anglophilism

anglophile + -ism


First Known Use: 1865


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