Examples of phobic in a Sentence
She is phobic about heights.
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That can mean a stressful week for people with noise-phobic pets.
Yet the world must reckon with the trade-deficit-phobic president and advisers such as Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and especially Peter Navarro, director of the White House National Trade Council.
Soothing the Storm-Weary Pup While treating storm-phobic dogs, Dodman noticed that many canines seek out hiding places grounded against electric shocks, such as bathtubs, jacuzzis, or behind the toilet tank.
Some people are phobic about getting behind the wheel.
My eating disorder was not an exercise in vanity or a haphazard way, in a fat-phobic world, to simply lose weight.
Commitment-phobic caller Chef Point Cafe, the convenience store-restaurant in Watauga featured on food TV shows, is taking a call-ahead seating list for Valentine’s night.
The truth lies somewhere between Trump being a Manchurian Candidate and Greenwald’s insistence that the Russia story is a fabrication of a fevered, Russo-phobic liberal mind.
The first hurdle in communicating mathematics is to make the abstract concepts relevant and relatable to a largely math-phobic society.
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Definition of -phobic
Origin and Etymology of -phobic
PHOBIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of phobic for English Language Learners
: of, relating to, or having an extremely strong fear or dislike of someone or something
Definition of -phobic for English Language Learners
: having an extremely strong dislike or fear of someone or something
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