of or relating to a phobia or phobias.
a person with a phobia.
- non·pho·bic, adjective
How to use phobic in a sentence
To help the needle-phobic, McMurtry says that vaccination sites should let people know ahead of time which questions they’ll be asked and what accommodations can be made for them.'Needle Phobia' May Be Keeping Some From Getting Their COVID-19 Vaccine. Here's How to Cope | Tara Law | May 7, 2021 | Time
She will allow that over the years her initially phobic view of Germans has moderated.Life Under Air Strikes: Children Under Fire Will Never Forget — or Forgive | Clive Irving | August 3, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
If Leonard was your boyfriend, you would call him commitment-phobic: he recorded and recorded but seemed never to release.The Stacks: How Leonard Chess Helped Make Muddy Waters | Alex Belth | August 2, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
We are phobic about flying, but not about driving - although driving is vastly more dangerous.
On cue, they were eaten by the vitamin- and-fiber-phobic comedian.
As any bride-to-be knows, men can be notoriously commitment phobic.
Are you depressed (see 5, Table 1) or phobic (see 4.2, Table 1)?When You Don't Know Where to Turn | Steven J. Bartlett
These are people too hesitant, or phobic to commit themselves to the assumption of any kind of risk.After the Rain | Sam Vaknin
With tobacco-phobic pamphlets by the learnd prigs who fight you!Pipe and Pouch | Various
British Dictionary definitions for phobic
of, relating to, or arising from a phobia
a person suffering from a phobia
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