Definition of Phobists

1. phobist [n] - See also: phobist



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phobists

phlyctenule
phlyctenulosis
pho
phobanthropy
phobia
phobias
phobic
phobic disorder
phobic disorders
phobic neurosis
phobically
phobics
phobism
phobisms
phobist
phobists (current term)
phobiƦ
phobophobia
phobosophy
phoca
phocacean
phocaceans
phocae
phocal
phocas
phocenic
phocenic acid
phocenin
phocid
phocids

Literary usage of Phobists

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Evolution by Brooklyn Ethical Association (1889)
"John Stuart Mill, who was a devoted adherent of this philosophy, was one of a class whom we may call " metaphysical-phobists." Now, metaphysics is in bad ..."

2. Modern Science Essayist: Popular Evolution Essays and Lectures by Brooklyn Ethical Association (1889)
"John Stuart Mill, who was a devoted adherent of this philosophy, was one of a class whom we may call " metaphysical-phobists." Now, metaphysics is in bad ..."

3. The Fortnightly Review (1877)
"... -phobists thought any argument good enough to throw at the head of alcohol. Take the following : " Dr. Smith found that the amount of carbonic acid ..."

4. Henry Adams and His World by David R. Contosta, Robert Muccigrosso (1993)
"... he would not, he added, send his more critical writings to British "America-phobists" to encourage their contempt for his flawed country. ..."

5. Henry Adams and His World: Transactions, APS by David R. Contosta (2008)
"... he would not, he added, send his more critical writings to British "America-phobists" to encourage their contempt for his flawed country. ..."

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