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Anglophobia

[ ang-gluh-foh-bee-uh ]
/ ˌæŋ gləˈfoʊ bi ə /
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noun
an aversion or hostility to, disdain for, or fear of England or anything English.
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Origin of Anglophobia

An Americanism dating back to 1785–95; Anglo- + -phobia

OTHER WORDS FROM Anglophobia

An·glo·pho·bi·ac [ang-gluh-foh-bee-ak], /ˌæŋ gləˈfoʊ biˌæk/, An·glo·pho·bic, adjective
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