from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A person attracted to that which is foreign, especially to foreign peoples, manners, or cultures.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person infatuated with foreign people and culture.
- n. A person very interested in celebrating people's differences.
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The vegetation consists of xenophile forests mixed with palm savannas.
"You need a girl who's a xenophile, not a xenophobe."
Even though they looked almost human, the Nevisians would no doubt have plenty of fascinating differences to intrigue a xenophile like Uhura.
They were implied to be perverted xenophile lovers, out to sabotage humanity's genetic purity through genetic admixture.
Ethan Zuckerman writes a great piece about how Paul Simon's Graceland album came to be, with some of the historical context, backstory and being a xenophile.
As a confirmed xenophile, my inner adolescent wants to say, “What’s the point?”
It was becoming plainer and plainer that Lyneea wasn’t Imprima’s biggest xenophile.
Well, you saw for yourself that she's no xenophile. "
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