OTHER WORDS FROM AnglophileAn·glo·phil·ism, noun
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Primarily because the way most of us in the west and Anglophile world view the history of the Great War is from the winning side.
Before they became Indian nationalists, the Nehrus were anglophile to the bone.
His idea was eventually taken up by the Anglophile sports nut, Baron Pierre de Coubertin.Olympics Kickoff: Boris Johnson on London’s Sporty Side|Boris Johnson|July 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The California Anglophile spent days before this trip poring over British gossip blogs to identify the hottest royal hangouts.
The founder, Motilal Nehru, an Anglophile barrister, was a liberal member of the Indian nationalist movement.
He is an Anglophile, and was determined after the war to go to England in order to discover the secret of her greatness.The Luck of Thirteen|Jan Gordon
Anglophile, too, and always ate porridge for breakfast—up till August 1914.Mortal Coils|Aldous Huxley
Three of these were Anglophile like himself, and the work seemed not only vitally necessary but promising.Talleyrand|Joseph McCabe
Both Tisza and the Austrian society showed strong symptoms of an Anglophile leaning.Albert Ballin|Bernhard Huldermann
I should say the same had it been Anglophile or Francophile.Idling in Italy|Joseph Collins