English edit

Alternative forms edit

Etymology edit

Anglosphere +‎ -ian

Noun edit

Anglospherian (plural Anglospherians)

  1. An inhabitant of the Anglosphere.

Adjective edit

Anglospherian (comparative more Anglospherian, superlative most Anglospherian)

  1. Pertaining to the Anglosphere.
    • 2004 November 23, Rand Simberg, “Physicist Robert Bacher Dies at 99!”, in sci.space.history (Usenet):
      There was a great deal of misdoings on both sides, but the end result--western (and particularly anglospherian) culture dominating the continent--was almost certainly inevitable (as well documented by Jared Diamond).
    • 2006 October 22, Energoumenos, “Will Labour be the 'anti-immigrant' party at the next election?”, in uk.politics.misc (Usenet):
      With white anglospherian immigrants (who are not trivial in number) there is scarcely any issue here.
    • 2016, Stephen S. Cohen, J. Bradford DeLong, Concrete Economics: The Hamilton Approach to Economic Growth and Policy, →ISBN:
      We see a twentieth century that was not a British, a North Atlantic, or an Anglospherian, but an American century.
    • 2019, Dominic Kelly, Political Troglodytes and Economic Lunatics: The Hard Right in Australia, →ISBN:
      Evans called Abbott's victory “an important event in the Anglospherian struggle between the warmists and the sceptics, and in the long term, it means that any attempt to decarbonise Australia on the grounds that carbon dioxide is a pollutant, is bound to fail."