Related formsAn·glo·pho·bi·ac [ang-gluh-foh-bee-ak] /ˌæŋ gləˈfoʊ biˌæk/, An·glo·pho·bic, adjective
Examples from the Web for anglophobia
He was appalled at the outburst of Anglophobia and war-talk which followed the message.The Letters of William James, Vol. II|William James
He practically admitted that the Anglophobia so common on the continent of Europe is the outcome of jealousy.Political and Literary essays, 1908-1913|Evelyn Baring
Much of this is due to anglophobia; much to a genuine ignorance of the matter.
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
Apparently the amount of Anglophobia was not portentous, when it came to putting this emotion to the test of counting heads.The Life and Letters of Walter H. Page, Volume I|Burton J. Hendrick