anthropophobia


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anthropophobia

(ˌænθrəpəˈfəʊbɪə)
n
(Psychoanalysis) the fear of people and human companionship

anthropophobia

an abnormal fear of people, especially in groups.
See also: Society
an abnormal fear of people.
See also: Mankind
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Rumours that he was suffering anthropophobia, a fear of people, were dismissed by his spokesperson last week.
The ministry will seek appropriations in the fiscal 2002 budget to provide mental support at some 100 public facilities for domestic violence victims who often suffer insomnia, depression and anthropophobia, the sources said.
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