Anglophile (noun)

A person who admires or has a strong affinity for England, its culture, and its people.

Origin:

From french anglophile, from anglo- "english" + -phile "lover of".

Examples:

  1. He was an anglophile who loved everything about England, from its history to its literature.
  2. She was an anglophile who was particularly interested in the works of Shakespeare.
  3. Many Americans are anglophiles who admire the culture and traditions of England.
  4. The society was filled with anglophiles who loved to discuss British literature and culture.
  5. He was an anglophile who spent much of his time studying the history and customs of England.
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