Definition of Phobic

1. Adjective. Suffering from irrational fears.

Similar to: Neurotic, Psychoneurotic
Derivative terms: Phobia



Definition of Phobic

1. Adjective. Relating to a phobia. ¹

2. Adjective. Used to describe a political or cultural view opposed to the norm..... as defined by the observer. ¹

3. Noun. A phobic person. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Phobic

1. one affected with a phobia [n -S]

Medical Definition of Phobic

1. Pertaining to or characterised by phobia. (05 Mar 2000)

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Literary usage of Phobic

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1. The Psychoneuroses and Their Treatment by Psychotherapy by E. Gauckler (1915)
"phobic symptoms centred on the heart are very frequently met with. This is very simply explained by the facility with which the heart—or, what comes to the ..."

2. The Psychic treatment of nervous disorders: (The Psychoneuroses and Their by Paul Dubois (1909)
"... Psychotherapy—Advantages of Pure Psychotherapy in Patients in whom the phobic Element Predominates THE etiological role played by ideas seems at first ..."

3. Psychic Treatment of Nervous Disorders by Paul Dubois (1905)
"... and Psychotherapy— Advantages of Pure Psycho- therapy in Patients in whom the phobic Element Predominates THE etiological role played by ideas seems at ..."

4. The Psychic Treatment of Nervous Disorders: (The Psychoneuroses and Their by Paul Dubois, Smith Ely Jelliffe, William Alanson White (1908)
"... Psychotherapy—Advantages of Pure Psychotherapy in Patients in whom the phobic Element Predominate THE etiological role played by ideas seems at first ..."

5. Foundation Readers by Bridget Ellen Burke (1905)
"THE phobic WORK. Short sounds of the vowels and sound ol'y as in " my." Out- sound of each consonant except q, x, and z. The combinations or, ight, ing, ..."

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