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Definition of Anglomaniac

Anglomaniac
Anglomaniac An`glo*ma"ni*ac, n. One affected with Anglomania.

Meaning of Anglomaniac from wikipedia

- the divorce became final in August 1954. Confessing to be a "complete Anglomaniac", Davidman returned to England with her sons in November 1953. Cynthia...
- woman Khlyostova, Famusov's sister-in-law Mr. N. Mr. D. Repetilov, the Anglomaniac orator of the coffee room and of the club, burning for freedom and stinking...
- Molchalin, who fawns over officials; and the aristocratic young liberal and Anglomaniac, Repetilov. By contrast the hero of the piece, Chatsky, an ironic satirist...
- Roosevelt Longworth recalled ****ran as "an Anglophobe in public and an Anglomaniac in private." In 1901, he was awarded the Laetare Medal by the University...
- Madrid, 1793, handwritten translation. Letters from a Spanish to a Anglomaniac, Madrid, 1795, reprinted in London 1804, Cadiz and Madrid 1805, 1815;...
- pro-British stance. In 1922, The Progressive Magazine referred to Hart as an Anglomaniac. In the fall of 1915, he served on the Mooseheart Governing Board, and...
- French. The work that probably gained her more re****tion abroad was The Anglomaniacs, which appeared in The Century without her name. It ranked her at once...
- Vulgarians (1903) Voices and Visions (1903) Later Verses (1903) An Innocent Anglomaniac (1904) The Pride of Intellect (1904) William Simpson Sloan (1881). The...
- Rabindranath Tagore. Krishna Dutta and W. Andrew Robinson translated it as "Anglomaniacs". It was always an outsider's description, never used by anglicised Bengalis...
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