Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of xenophobe.

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Examples

  • Destardi says: drsinker, when you separate the xenophobes from the people who understand resources are not limitless, you will see clearly that I L L E G A L and unchecked immigration IS a very big concern we should have.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast PM: July 11, 2006

  • ADL describes immigration protesters as "xenophobes" - persons afflicted with an irrational fear of foreigners and those who are different.

    Republic Broadcasting Network

  • ADL describes immigration protesters as "xenophobes" - persons afflicted with an irrational fear of foreigners and those who are different.

    Republic Broadcasting Network

  • Weren't the SNP called xenophobes at the last election?

    Why do so many people hate the SNP?

  • Weren't the SNP called xenophobes at the last election?

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Another name for them are neoconservatives or xenophobes, which is a fear of people that are foreign to you.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Another name for them are neoconservatives or xenophobes, which is a fear of people that are foreign to you.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Another name for them are neoconservatives or xenophobes, which is a fear of people that are foreign to you.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • As for internal enemies, the European Union is defining a class of "xenophobes" whose xenophobia is evidently exhibited primarily by opposition to the European Union.

    Le Pen's sympathy for Sharon

  • As for internal enemies, the European Union is defining a class of "xenophobes" whose xenophobia is evidently exhibited primarily by opposition to the European Union.

    Archive 2002-04-21

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