agoraphobic

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NounEdit

agoraphobic (plural agoraphobics)

  1. One who suffers from agoraphobia.
    Synonym: agoraphobe

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agoraphobic (comparative more agoraphobic, superlative most agoraphobic)

  1. Of, pertaining to or suffering from agoraphobia.
    • 1966, Truman Capote, In Cold Blood, New York: Random House, Part 1, p. 49,[1]
      [] spaces horizontal and sparsely inhabited had always induced in him a depression accompanied by agoraphobic sensations.
    • 2003, Lionel Shriver, We Need to Talk about Kevin, London: Serpent’s Tail, p. 130,[2]
      [My mother] and I had been distant for decades not because she was agoraphobic but because I'd been remote and unsparing.

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