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claus·tro·pho·bic

(klaws'trō-fō'bik),
Relating to or suffering from claustrophobia.

claustrophobic

(klô′strə-fō′bĭk)
adj.
1.
a. Relating to or suffering from claustrophobia.
b. Uncomfortably closed or hemmed in.
2. Tending to induce claustrophobia; uncomfortably confined or crowded: a claustrophobic little room.

claus′tro·pho′bi·cal·ly adv.

claus·tro·pho·bic

(klaw'strŏ-fō'bik)
Relating to or suffering from claustrophobia.
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The action is played out against the backdrop of the Hall's garden, packed with medicinal plants (the herbal bed of the double-meaning title), on designer Jonathan Fensom's unfolding set framed by claustrophobically heavy Jacobean wood.
Fortunately, this production has risen to the challenge to provide a gripping and claustrophobically realistic depiction of many peoples' worst nightmares.
Fortunately this production has risen to the challenge to provide a gripping and claustrophobically realistic depiction of many people's worst nightmares.
Though "The Interview'' obviously couldn't have shot on location and had limited images to draw on for its sets, the movie fails to create even a half-plausible North Korean atmosphere and is left claustrophobically meandering almost entirely in palace interiors.
(5) The film's detective narrative dramatizes a (typically autonomous) male hero's attempt to unearth the truth about a murder in what has become a totally urbanized, overpopulated, and claustrophobically globally warmed world, and it ends up not with a solution but a twin revelation.
Located in the most run-down part of Newark, Merry's "room was tiny, claustrophobically smaller even than the cell in the juveniles' prison where, when [the Swede] could not sleep, he would imagine visiting her after she was apprehended" (233).
WALLS and carpets the colour of blood set the tone for this stylish take on the Hitchcock classic which drips with tension as it draws the audience claustrophobically close and on its opening night here certainly had us holding a collective breath at one point.
David Mamet's two-person play Oleana is set, claustrophobically, entirely within a faculty office, in which the accusations of a female student destroy the career of a professor who had patronizingly tried to help her from academic failure.
Unfortunately, the novel remains so claustrophobically focused on the couple's domestic problems that this early promise is undercut.
Even though Udaipur has turned into a claustrophobically touristy place, flooded by foreigners, I wouldn't recommend completely taking it off your itinerary.
When human touch can only spread decay, the role for a young environmentalist grows claustrophobically narrow.
Emily incarcerated in a narrow coffin is photographed as a cross section, claustrophobically clawing at the roof of her living tomb.