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Russophobe

[ ruhs-uh-fohb ]
/ ˈrʌs əˌfoʊb /
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noun
a person who hates or fears Russia or the Russians.
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Origin of Russophobe

First recorded in 1880–85; Russo- + -phobe

OTHER WORDS FROM Russophobe

Rus·so·pho·bi·a, noun
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How to use Russophobe in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for Russophobe

Russophobe
/ (ˈrʌsəʊˌfəʊb) /

noun
a person who feels intense and often irrational hatred (Russophobia) for Russia, or esp the former Soviet Union, its political system, etc

Derived forms of Russophobe

Russophobic, adjective
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