[an-tee-uh-mer-i-kuh n, an-tahy-]
- opposed or hostile to the United States of America, its people, its principles, or its policies.
- an anti-American person.
Origin of anti-American
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Examples from the Web for anti-american
He is the ideological leader of the anti-American Rodina party.Think Putin’s Bad? Wait for the Next Guy
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The dangerous, anti-American course of action the show suggests: cooperating with the United Nations.How a War-Weary Vet Created ‘The Twilight Zone’
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So not only were they anti-Clinton, but they were anti-American small business and anti-generosity!Hillary’s Outside Enforcers Are Led by a Former Foe
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Or if the president forced the removal of BBC America from all cable providers for being too anti-American?Venezuela's Useful Idiots
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Christopher Dickey on the anti-American sentiment behind the bill.Toddlers Denied Tiaras: Behind the French Push to Ban Pageants
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With all of his anti-American and pro-British ideas he leaped upon it.The Personality of American Cities
They are not only anti- English, but anti-French, anti-American, and at times bitter.Germany and the Germans
I replied that I seldom encountered such antagonism in Berlin; that it was chiefly the army which was anti-American.
Only those who were so sympathetic with Germany that they were anti-American found it pleasant to live there.
At once the German navy, which has always been anti-American, began building submarines night and day.
- opposed to anything of or relating to the United States of America
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Word Origin and History for anti-american
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