A profound fear of human beings, or of human society.
It was when anthropophobia set in, when he was made uneasy by people who walked too close to him, that, sagely viewing his list and seeing how many phobias were now checked, he permitted himself to rest.
Origin of Anthropophobia
anthropo- + -phobia. Both elements are borrowed from Ancient Greek ἄνθρωπος (anthropos, “man, human”) + φόβος (phobos, “fear”) respectively.
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