Definition of Anglomania

1. Noun. An excessive enthusiasm for all things English.

Generic synonyms: Enthusiasm



Definition of Anglomania

1. n. A mania for, or an inordinate attachment to, English customs, institutions, etc.

Definition of Anglomania

1. Noun. Exaggerated enthusiasm for anything English ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Medical Definition of Anglomania

1. A mania for, or an inordinate attachment to, English customs, institutions, etc. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anglomania

anglicization
anglicizations
anglicize
anglicized
anglicizes
anglicizing
anglified
anglifies
anglify
angling
anglings
anglist
anglists
anglo
anglo-saxondom
anglomania
anglomaniac
anglophil
anglophile
anglophobe
anglophobia
anglophone
anglos
angola
angola pea
angolar
angon
angor
angor animi
angor pectoris

Literary usage of Anglomania

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1. German Literature: Translated from the German of Wolfgang Menzel by Wolfgang Menzel (1840)
"... Anglomania. IN England, the great revolution by which the Stuarts were expelled had stirred up all the powers of the nation, and had, at the same time, ..."

2. Views of England, During a Residence of Ten Years; Six of Them as a Prisoner by René Martin Pillet (1818)
"I. Origin of the Anglomania in France—True Cause of the Evils which have attended our Revolution. JL HE regency of Philip of Orleans, about the commencement ..."

3. The Life of Napoleon Buonaparte, Emperor of the French: With a Preliminary by Walter Scott (1827)
"Anglomania.—Share nf France in the American War.—Disposition of tlte Troops who returned from America. WE have viewed France as it stood in its grand ..."

4. System of Positive Polity by Auguste Comte (1876)
"Fourth Resign: Anglomania leading to Constitutional maintain the fatal illusion under which the direction of the Revolution was handed over to the Critical ..."

5. Jean-Jacques Rousseau and the Cosmopolitan Spirit in Literature: A Study of by Joseph Texte (1899)
"... or the Englishman — Rousseau's work reflects the anglomania of the age. I No writer of his age was better' fitted by the circumstances of his origin to ..."

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