Francophobia

(redirected from Gallophobic)
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Fran·co·phobe

 (frăng′kə-fōb′)
n.
A person who dislikes or fears France, its people, or its culture.

Fran′co·phobe′, Fran′co·pho′bic adj.
Fran′co·pho′bi·a n.

Francophobia

(ˌfræŋkəʊˈfəʊbɪə)
n
(sometimes not capital) the phenomenon of hating French speakers, culture, or people

Francophobia

a hatred of France or things French. Also called Gallophobia.
See also: France
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This general backlash and erosion of the entente owed much to the perpetuation of Gallophobic stereotypes that cast the revolutionary French as morally lax, promiscuous, lazy, and violent.
Indeed, Ouida's representation of Bertie's moral and ethical pauperism, his promiscuous behavior, and his idleness in the first third of Under Two Flags would have recalled for many of her Victorian readers the familiar Gallophobic stereotypes that fed the backlash against the cosmopolitanism and the entente.