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  • noun Plural form of xenophile.

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Examples

  • Eric felt it, too, though not as strongly as the obvious xenophiles.

    The I Inside

  • Enterprise and her sister starships were crewed by raving xenophiles.

    THE WOUNDED SKY

  • Enterprise and her sister starships were crewed by raving xenophiles.

    THE WOUNDED SKY

  • Enterprise and her sister starships were crewed by raving xenophiles.

    THE WOUNDED SKY

  • Enterprise and her sister starships were crewed by raving xenophiles.

    THE WOUNDED SKY

  • Out on the lawn, under a hazy early-morning sun, was a mixed group of ennui victims and xenophiles; for the outdoor group included Nessus and Speaker-To-Animals.

    Ringworld

  • Out on the lawn, under a hazy early-morning sun, was a mixed group of ennui victims and xenophiles; for the outdoor group included Nessus and Speaker-To-Animals.

    Ringworld

  • The call to action: raise voices, go beyond babel, engineer serendipity, build bridges, cultivate xenophiles, rewire

    Karl Martino

  • How do we cultivate xenophiles, celebrate bridge builders and rewire the media so we're experiencing a wide world and not just our flock?

    D'Arcy Norman dot net

  • Nevertheless, it's a useful look inside the minds of immigration enthusiasts, whom we might call xenophiles.

    Mangan's

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