Anglophobia
noun see Anglophobe

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Anglophobia — (from Latin Anglus English + Ancient Greek φόβος phobos, fear ) is a hatred or fear of the English or English culture; its antonym is Anglophilia [cite web|url=http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=anglophobia|title=Anglophobia|publisher=Dictio… …   Wikipedia

  • Anglophobia — An glo*pho bi*a, n. [Anglo + Gr. ? fear.] Intense dread of, or aversion to, England or the English. {An glo*phobe}, n. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Anglophobia — (n.) 1793, from ANGLO (Cf. Anglo ) + phobia (see PHOBIA (Cf. phobia)). Related: Anglophobe; Anglophobic …   Etymology dictionary

  • Anglophobia — ☆ Anglophobia [aŋ΄glō fō′bē ə ] n. [often a ] hatred or fear of England or its people, culture, customs, influence, etc. Anglophobic [aŋ΄gləfō′bik] adj …   English World dictionary

  • Anglophobia — Anglophobiac /ang gleuh foh bee ak /, Anglophobic, adj. /ang gleuh foh bee euh/, n. a hatred or fear of England or anything English. [1785 95, Amer.; ANGLO + PHOBIA] * * * …   Universalium

  • Anglophobia — noun The hatred or fear of England and anything English (or British). See Also: Anglophobe, Anglophobic …   Wiktionary

  • anglophobia — fear of England or the English Phobias …   Phrontistery dictionary

  • Anglophobia — An·glo pho·bi·a || ‚æŋglÉ™ fəʊbɪə n. fear or hatred of England or English things …   English contemporary dictionary

  • anglophobia — an·glo·pho·bia …   English syllables

  • Anglophobia — /æŋgləˈfoʊbiə/ (say anggluh fohbeeuh) noun an intense hatred or fear of England, or of whatever is English. –Anglophobic, adjective, noun …   Australian English dictionary

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