- adj. Of or pertaining to acrophobia
- adj. suffering from acrophobia; abnormally afraid of high places
- acro- + -phobic (Wiktionary)
“There is no better place to be acrophobic and claustrophobic than in a glass elevator stuck on the forty-second floor.”
“James Stewart plays Scottie, an acrophobic private eye who receives an unusual assignment: to follow Madeleine (Kim Novak), the wife of an old friend, who is drifting around San Francisco in a dazed funk.”
“For example, “At first, acrophobic Mary thinks her life is perfect — great hair, great job, ground-floor apartment on the Nebraska plains.””
“If you are like me and are not acrophobic, you probably prefer relatively transparent bridge guardrails that enable views, as opposed to mostly solid, visually opaque guardrails that obstruct views.”
“Blythe, our acrophobic flight-attendant heroine, has a special skill.”
“The only problem is this serial killer with his clone family is agoraphobic and acrophobic and won't go into space.”
“He forces the acrophobic Gil to climb the rigging and sends Frank home when he kills a dolphin.”
“But not too sad, because I really had no desire to see Laura huddled in an acrophobic lump on the floor of a gondola.”
“January 31, 2008 at 3:05 pm perch for acrophobic cats”
“My eyes kept wanting to read it as horizontal ... probably because I'm so desperately acrophobic that my brain was in denial about the perspective.”
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