anglophile


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Synonyms for anglophile

an admirer of England and things English

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However, Mymatechris found a little extra on the big day to avenge a previous defeat and deny Anglophile the main prize by just a head.
Charlie | However, Mymatechris found a little extra on the big day to avenge a previous defeat and deny Anglophile the main prize by just a head.
CHARLIE APPLEBY'S horses still seem to be largely firing on all cylinders and Anglophile can give the stable another high-profile success in the Betdaq 50% Commission Refund Handicap at Kempton.
The role of the Netherlands, and especially the influence of the 17th century Dutch Republic, in early America was downplayed by anglophile historians, at least partly because England and the Netherlands were at war for much of that period, he says, but by the middle of the 19th century, the bias had worn off.
SALISBURY 4.30 Duke Of Destiny 5.10 Tides Reach 5.45 Go For Broke 6.15 Anglophile 6.45 Chinese Jade 7.15 Plutocracy 7.45 Green To Gold.
There is also rich detail on Britain's role in inspiring the anglophile French aristocrat Baron Pierre de Coubertin, who created the modern Olympics.
From what little I know, he was a thorough gentleman, an Anglophile, more at home reading English bestsellers and watching Hollywood films.
Liverpool seems a good fit for what was already a very Anglophile town.
Anglophile Bill Bryson, who found fame in Britain, told 1,000 fans at the Hay Festival of Literature in Herefordshire, that he believed things were better in the 1970s when he travelled here as a backpacker.
The blonde - in London to promote her new reality series Paris Hilton's British Best Friend - was also bemused by the term anglophile.
The 16-year-old Sai is sent from her convent school to live with her anglophile grandfather, who has shut himself off from all human contact, giving all his love to his dog, Mutt.
Hart, it seems, yearns for a High Church conservatism, soaked in Anglophile traditions, in which conservatives behave like William F.
American women read Harlequin romances with their markedly Anglophile stories, but they eventually began to demand stories that reflected their experiences.
Revisions of Space introduces each category of these projects with a short lecture about the importance of the space between rooms; evidently an Anglophile, he illustrates this with diagrams of buildings by architects from Smythson to Baillie Scott, and from Lutyens to Foster as well as by a few others.
VW, run by Anglophile Bernd Pischetsreider, needs an entry point in the sports car market to move buyers up through Lamborghini and Bugatti, and covets Lotus as a brand that can fill this need while credibly bracketing Porsche.