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1) Anglomania. The American HeritageŽ Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
...A strong predilection for anything English....

2) 34. The Clothes of a Gentleman. Post, Emily. 1922. Etiquette
...an English one. This latter method is the easiest, and, by all odds, the safest. It is not Anglomania but plain common sense to admit that, just as the Rue de la...

3) Chapter 5. International Exchanges. 2. Briticisms in the United States. Mencken, H.L. 1921. The American Language
...center of Loyalism during the Revolution, and it has fostered a passionate and often excessive Anglomania ever since. In the larger American cities entrance into...

4) Chapter 3. The Period of Growth. 1. Character of the New Nation. Mencken, H.L. 1921. The American Language
...the so-called codfish aristocracy (by no means extinct today) exhibited an undisguised Anglomania, and looked forward confidently to a rapprochement with the mother...

5) Rochambeau and the French in America. I. From Unpublished Documents. I. Jusserand, Jean Jules. 1916. With Americans of Past and Present Days
...5 It is often forgotten that this time was not in France a period of Anglophobia, but of Anglomania. Necker, so influential, and who then held the purse-strings,...

6) Chapter 2. The Beginnings of American. 4. Changed Meanings. Mencken, H.L. 1921. The American Language
...store completely displaced shop in the English sense, and it remained for a late flowering of Anglomania, as in the case of boot and shoe, to restore, in a measure,...

7) Chapter 7. The Standard American Pronunciation. 2. The Vowels. Mencken, H.L. 1921. The American Language
...` Ere s yer foine termarters, lydy, hownly tuppence a pahnd. Similarly, we sometimes hear Anglomaniac Americans saying vahz for vase. Why not also bahz, and cahz?...

8) 1. American Literature by John Macy. Morley, Christopher, ed. 1921. Modern Essays
...remained behind. Lowell was so heartily cosmopolitan that American newspapers accused him of Anglomania—which proves their provincialism but acquits him. Mr. Howells...

9) Washington and the French. III. III. Jusserand, Jean Jules. 1916. With Americans of Past and Present Days
...14. Amsterdam, 1783. The author is strongly anti-English and is indignant at the guilty Anglomania still existing in France. [back] Note 15. In the Mercure de France,...

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