from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Abhorrence or fear of France or French ways or institutions.


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  • It was as an expression, an eternal, immortal expression, the severest conceivable retribution, Alfieri sincerely thought, of this rage, all the stronger as there entered into it the petty personal vanity as well as the noble abstract feeling of the man -- it was as an expression of this gallophobia that Alfieri composed his famous but little-read

    The Countess of Albany


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