Francophobe


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a person who hates France and everything French

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Identifying the Problem: Francophobes, They Are among Us
Liebert makes much of the Francophobe conductor's response to the philosopher's discovery of the French Enlightenment, and suggests that this is the major source of disagreement.
And, although you can hardly call the wee man a Francophobe, he has characteristically entertaining views on English football's apparent infatuation with all things Continental.
In our current francophobe environment, the French and Indian War provides another illuminating example for CEOs.
Yale University Press, 1992) gave religion, or more accurately Francophobe antipopery, a central role in the creation of a British political identity.
The anti-French-Canadian tone of the Report is not surprising, in that one of the three Commissioners was Adam Thom, the notorious francophobe journalist.
It first appeared some time before February 24, 1925, produced by a "mysterious" publisher under the title of Rien Qu'un Coin de sa Politique Francophobe [Just a Snippet of His Anti-French Policy].
L'interpretation ulterieure de cette loi, faite par les tribunaux, ne fera que confirmer l'intention francophobe du legislateur.
Oscar-winning cinematographer Chris Menges turns nighttime Monte Carlo into a feast for the eyes, beautifully contrasting the cobalt blue sky with the azure sea and town's white, white lights, creating images that would stir the soul of even the bile-filled Francophobe.
He'll stay, and even the Francophobe British betting public have warmed to jockey Mosse - his last five rides in England have produced three winners.