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-phobic

adjective combining form

: having an extremely strong dislike or fear of someone or something

Full Definition of -PHOBIC

1
a :  having an intolerance or aversion for <photophobic> <Anglophobic>
b :  exhibiting a phobia for <claustrophobic>
2
:  lacking affinity for <hydrophobic>

Origin of -PHOBIC

French -phobique, from Late Latin -phobicus, from Greek -phobikos, from -phobia

-phobic

adjective combining form -pho·bic \ˈfō-bik\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of -PHOBIC

1
:  having an aversion for or fear of <agoraphobic>
2
:  lacking affinity for <hydrophobic>

Variants of -PHOBIC

-pho·bic or -ph·o·bous \f-ə-bəs\

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