- phobic (adj.)
- 1888, from phobia + -ic. As a noun from 1968. The Greek adjective was phobetikos "liable to fear."
- 1. I'm statistic-phobic, and hopelessly ignorant of medicine.
- 2. Many children acquire a phobic horror of dogs.
- 3. In Victorian times people were phobic about getting on trains. They weren't used to it.
- 4. Lipids are organic compounds that are quite hydro - phobic.
- 5. Phobic disorder is a general term for all phobias.
[ phobic 造句 ]