Agora is the prefix, phobia is the suffix.
Agoraphobia, fear of open spaces.
The origin of the word agoraphobia goes back to 1873 when it was first discussed in the Journal of Mental Science. It derives from Greek and it translates to fear of the marketplace.
All of the classic phobias (fears): acrophobia agoraphobia arachnophobia xenophobia zoophobia
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I will not feed your agoraphobia- let's go out- somewhere , anywhere!Agoraphobia is not to be taken lightly.
She had agoraphobia and never wanted to go out of the house.
The Man Zipped Up His Trousers
A rear of open spaces.having agoraphobia is dreadful because you wouldn't even be able to leave your house.
Agorophobia is the fear of crowded or enclosed spaces. Her agorophobia made it hard for her to ride in elevators.
agoraphobia is the fear of open spaces, claustrophobia is the fear of closed spac
Muriel Frampton has written: 'Overcoming agoraphobia' -- subject(s): Agoraphobia
The cast of Agoraphobia - 2005 includes: Eduardo Souto as Neightbor
I believe that's "Agoraphobia". yes, it's agoraphobia