Definition of agoraphobe in English:



  • See agoraphobia

    • ‘We are in danger of becoming a nation of agoraphobes.’
    • ‘Being an agoraphobe was a lot more complicated than just never leaving the house, something most people couldn't begin to appreciate, Darcy thought, running the water in the sink.’
    • ‘Andrew is a agoraphobe who can't bear to be outside.’
    • ‘If I weren't a comedian, I think I would be an agoraphobe, so it's a good thing I've picked a career that allows me to travel.’
    • ‘He's also an agoraphobe - fearful of open spaces - with an obsessive-compulsive disorder a mile long.’