He was appalled at the outburst of Anglophobia and war-talk which followed the message.
And as to the name itself, there is hydrophobia, and photophobia, and Anglophobia—so why not microbophobia?
He practically admitted that the Anglophobia so common on the continent of Europe is the outcome of jealousy.
As for the Anglophobia, the Englishman who thinks the less of him for that must have very poor and unhappy brains.
Apparently the amount of Anglophobia was not portentous, when it came to putting this emotion to the test of counting heads.
Anglophobia, as a national and popular sentiment, is perhaps more ardent in the United States than amongst us.
I need scarcely adduce further evidence of the fact that Anglophobia is still a power in the land, if not the power it once was.
It is often forgotten that this time was not in France a period of Anglophobia, but of Anglomania.
Baroudi had been brought up in an atmosphere of Anglophobia.
On another occasion, the same critic tells us, Douglas "raved an hour about democracy and Anglophobia and universal empire."