- agony aunt,
- agony column,
- agony uncle,
- agostino di duccio,
Origin of agoraphobia
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
"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.