Definition of Neophobes

1. neophobe [n] - See also: neophobe



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Neophobes

neopentane
neopentanoic acid
neopentoxy
neopentyl
neopentyl alcohol
neopentyl glycol
neopentylglycol
neopharmaphobia
neophile
neophiles
neophilia
neophiliac
neophiliacs
neophilias
neophobe
neophobes (current term)
neophobia
neophobic
neophrenia
neophyte
neophytes
neophytic
neopinone
neoplasia
neoplasias
neoplasm
neoplasm: gallium imaging
neoplasm circulating cells
neoplasm invasiveness
neoplasm metastasis

Literary usage of Neophobes

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1. The Child: A Study in the Evolution of Man by Alexander Francis Chamberlain (1902)
"... a question not of an inherited tendency or quality, but of an acquired effect—'the methods of education and of civilisation have created the neophobes. ..."

2. The Chicago Medical Journal (1868)
"... and consequently, those who fear new doctrines who might be designated neophobes, may be re-assured about the treatment of these diseases, ..."

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