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Definition of "claustrophobe" [claustrophobe]

  • One who suffers from claustrophobia. (noun)

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Use "claustrophobe" in a sentence
  • "Thirty-three west basin days, and I am sick to death of this campshack, its ceilinged sleep coins me claustrophobe."
  • "I found the early parts of movie featuring the women crawling through narrow caves uncomfortable to watch as an admitted cave-claustrophobe myself and the scene involving the setting of a splintered bone is similarly like to cause averted eyes."
  • "It should be noted, regarding Hammett's disinclination to sell out his employer in this story, that this desperately ill, lifelong claustrophobe, an old man at the age of fifty-seven, spent twenty-two weeks in federal prison during the Red-baiting fifties because he refused to give up the names of men who had trusted him."