anglophile

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Synonyms for anglophile

an admirer of England and things English

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A source said: "Both Jay and Beyonce are Anglophiles and have been toying with the idea of getting a pad for a couple of years now.
Anglophiles got their fill of British-directed classics at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Egyptian Theater and the Aero Theater, where, among other films, Lawrence of Arabia, City Lights and The Man Who Wasn't There, were shown.
Ey up, Anglophiles The White Stripes are back, and in full northern English throttle promoting their new CD Icky Thump.
It explores the nature of that influence, how it was transmitted, and how it was manifested, by focusing on the role of Italian Anglophiles, the English communities in Florence and Rome, the writings of Gabriele D'Annunzio, and a number of Italian artists active in Tuscany and Rome.
Anglophiles Bill Kristol, Robert Kagan, and Richard Perle are among the International Patrons of the Society.
While Anglophiles may chuckle knowingly at the jokes about political commentator/quiz show host Jeremy Paxman, it's difficult for an American reader to imagine a high-profile anti-littering public awareness campaign based on a reference to oral sex.
Armchair travelers, Anglophiles, and visitors to England will enjoy this attractive volume on English architectural monuments and literary writings associated with them from the time of Bede to the present.
This will attract future history majors, Anglophiles, and serious students of world history.
John, pictured right, who gave up full-time work because of ill health, said: ``People are not interested in fancy British foods unless they are Anglophiles. They are after the basics goods that they can't get abroad.
Representatives from the Heart of England Tourist Board, which champions tourism across the region, are preparing to woo American Anglophiles with romantic images and enticing slogans next month.
This friend is a writer in his late thirties, scion of an old and distinguished New England literary family, WASPS and Anglophiles all.
Anglophiles, obviously, take note; but even Anglophobes responsible for music collections, if any there were, would feel sympathetic here.
A RETIRED computer lecturer has launched an online grocery business selling British products to expatriates and Anglophiles worldwide.
A sweeping Dickensian melodrama, "Coram" aims to pull in the same Anglophiles who helped make the eight-hour "Nicholas Nickleby" a hit in the 1980s.
As an English person,I can't see how these anglophiles, who obviously think they are so superior to other racial groups,get away with it.