Examples from the Web for agoraphobia
It talks about her agoraphobia and her diabetes, as well as her recent court testimony, all without judgment or venom.
I put down her immunity to agoraphobia as just another evidence that she was already mad.Greener Than You Think|Ward Moore
Agoraphobia, for instance, is the fear of crossing an open place.Essays In Pastoral Medicine|Austin Malley
Glare-blindness, gravity-legs, and agoraphobia were excuses for a lot of things, when a man was just back from Big Bottomless.The Hoofer|Walter M. Miller
British Dictionary definitions for agoraphobia
Word Origin and History for agoraphobia
"fear of open spaces," 1873, from German Agorophobie, coined 1871 by Berlin psychiatrist Carl Westphal (1833-1890) from Greek agora "open space" (see agora) + -phobia "fear." Related: Agoraphobe; agoraphobic.