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xenophobia

 [zen″o-fo´be-ah]
irrational fear of strangers.

xen·o·pho·bi·a

(zen'ō-fō'bē-ă),
Abnormal fear of strangers or foreigners.
[xeno- + G. phobos, fear]

xenophobia

Psychiatry An abnormal/morbid fear of strangers or foreigners. See Phobia.

xen·o·pho·bi·a

(zen'ō-fō'bē-ă)
Morbid fear of strangers or foreigners.
[xeno- + G. phobos, fear]

xen·o·pho·bi·a

(zen'ō-fō'bē-ă)
Morbid fear of strangers or foreigners.
[xeno- + G. phobos, fear]
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Dave Pickup Yep, should have changed his name to Smith to satisfy xenophobes like you.
Je m'etonne de remarquer que 20% des Francais ont vote pour cet esprit salafiste xenophobe qui me rappelle le climat social du temps du proces de Dreyfus ou du gouvernement de Vichy.
"We need to advance a populism that is not rooted in haters and xenophobes and jingoists," he argues.
In the Business Profile feature on John Pratt (Post, Oct 19), who has just taken on the presidency of the Birmingham Chamber, he openly voices his support for British membership of the euro and states: 'I don't like some of the people on the other side - the little Englanders and the xenophobes. I don't want to be in their gang.'
It does not require you to be a xenophobe" - Dr John Sentamu, Archbishop of York (pictured).
Now anyone who opposes the appointment of Capello risks being labelled a xenophobe. But let's get this straight.
However, one should be able to promote patriotic and traditional values without being labelled a racist or a xenophobe. Nationalism can give us a sense of belonging, an identity and a sense of our heritage and roots.
Le vote helvetique en faveur d'une limitation de l'immigration a clairement montre le grand paradoxe de l'Europe en crise, xenophobe et surfant sur la deferlante droitiere qui s'abat sur le Vieux continent.
I am not a xenophobe. I am an MP and I represent the good folk of Huddersfield, not Gdansk"Labour MP Barry Sheerman "What is great now is that my body is not so beautiful.
His decision to associate himself with his Spanish side of the family was in marked contrast with his image as a xenophobe under the last Government.