Related formsAn·glo·ma·ni·ac [ang-gloh-mey-nee-ak] /ˌæŋ gloʊˈmeɪ niˌæk/, nounAn·glo·ma·ni·ac·al [ang-gloh-muh-nahy-uh-kuh l] /ˌæŋ gloʊ məˈnaɪ ə kəl/, adjective
Examples from the Web for anglomania
He feared it would introduced English influence and Anglomania without their gaining any similar influence in England.Bismarck and the Foundation of the German Empire|James Wycliffe Headlam
It is often forgotten that this time was not in France a period of Anglophobia, but of Anglomania.With Americans of Past and Present Days|J. J. Jusserand
It was the day of Anglomania, and, as he says, "every Englishman was supposed to be a patriot and a philosopher."Gibbon|James Cotter Morison
I know your taste for the works of art gives you little disposition to Anglomania.
I know your taste for the works of art gives you a little disposition to Anglomania.The Writings of Thomas Jefferson|Thomas Jefferson