(ˈslɑ vəˌfoʊb, ˈslæv ə-)

a person who fears or hates the Slavs or things Slavic.
Slav`o•pho′bi•a, n.
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The chairman was Paul Nitze, a hawkish slavophobe who had gained Acheson's attention as a member of State's Policy Planning Staff.
A dark comedy with an inappropriately antic tone, opening here a week after Purim, The Death of Stalin has something to offend everyoneSlavophiles and Slavophobes, The Nation and The National Review, erudite professors and historical ignoramuses, neo-Stalinists and anti-Stalinists of all persuasions.