Did you perhaps mean claustrophobia?
- Based on the Latin claustrum ("a shut in place"), from claudere ("to close") + + -philia. (Wiktionary)
“But, I also keep coming back because it's one of the only places on the web you can find the word "claustrophilia" used in a coherent sentence.”
“For me, there is a strong connection, between this kind of claustrophilia, a love of curiousity cabinets and the concept of horror vacui as applied to Victorian design.”
“That you would group these people along with the Austrians as part of the “free market crowd” only exposes your suffocating intellectual claustrophilia.”
“With little doors you can close if you want to be really snug (there's a thin line between claustrophilia and claustrophobia, though).”
“An examination of his two laptops showed Williams visited websites on claustrophilia.”
“Sources said the MI6 agent was a fan of claustrophilia - in which people get sexual pleasure from confined spaces.”
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