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  • adv. In a phobic manner.

Etymologies

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phobic +‎ -ally

Examples

  • If one can allow room for both in consciousness, without phobically trying to get rid of the negative, if one can, like Robinson, keep faith in the unknown depths of the mysterious island of self even as fear and doubt rumble in the belly, one invites rescue by the Source of all the pairs.

    Kafka and the Coincidence of Opposites

  • the intent of their unscrupulous online poll is to "prove" that the vast, overwhelming majority of the american population is deeply, phobically, maniacally opposed to the idea of two gay people filing for divorce. easily-dissoluble, socially-accepted civil unions belong squarely in the hands of the very same people who have elevated the institution of marriage to its glorious 50/50 success rate--that's right, straight people.

    stupid cats and other night time nuisances

  • "I'm phobically allergic to the conservative Republican types the military is rife with, but I've only been in country four months and already I hate liberals.

    The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan

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