- an intense admiration of, interest in, or tendency to imitate English institutions, manners, customs, etc.
Origin of Anglomania
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Our Anglomania, in fact , is grown considerable; prophetic of much.The French Revolution
The change has come about through the Anglomania which, within recent years, has attacked Parisian society.In Vanity Fair
Eleanor Hoyt Brainerd
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
I know your taste for the works of art gives you little disposition to Anglomania.
- excessive respect for English customs, etc
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Word Origin and History for anglomania
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