Anglomania

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An·glo·ma·ni·a

 (ăng′glō-mā′nē-ə, -mān′yə)
n.
A strong predilection for anything English.

Anglomania

(ˌæŋɡləʊˈmeɪnɪə)
n
excessive respect for English customs, etc
ˌAngloˈmaniˌac n, adj

An•glo•ma•ni•a

(ˌæŋ gləˈmeɪ ni ə, -ˈmeɪn yə)

n.
an excessive devotion to English institutions, manners, customs, etc.
[1780–90, Amer.]

Anglomania

an extreme devotion to English manners, customs, or institutions.
See also: England
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Anglomania - an excessive enthusiasm for all things EnglishAnglomania - an excessive enthusiasm for all things English
enthusiasm - a lively interest; "enthusiasm for his program is growing"
Translations

Anglomania

nAnglomanie f
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suddenly the old anglomaniac, who was talking to the dignitary in another corner of the room, apparently telling him a story about something or other--suddenly this gentleman pronounced the name of "Nicolai Andreevitch Pavlicheff" aloud.
Sir Isaiah Berlin called Chaim Weizmann an Anglomaniac, a good phrase: British Jews as a whole were Anglomaniacs.
It consists, in theory, of persons interested in English literature in the Golden Age, but it also includes a miscellany of Anglomaniacs.