[ US /ˌzɛnəˈfoʊbiə/ ]
[ UK /zˌɛnəfˈə‍ʊbi‍ə/ ]
  1. a fear of foreigners or strangers
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How To Use xenophobia In A Sentence

  • National and cultural identities are mixed; xenophobia and rage mirror xenophobia and rage.
  • Indeed, such dark forces as extreme ethnic nationalism, aggression, hegemonistic tendencies, intolerance, racism, xenophobia and terrorism have been unleashed to wreak havoc on a global seale.
  • Based on fundamentalist revolutionary ideas, Fascism defines itself through intense xenophobia, militarism, and supremacist ideals.
  • As a potential politician, Hanson was brilliant at capturing attention, the perfect foil for sneering " sophisticates " who so amusedly knew what xenophobia meant, but so conceitedly didn't recognise their own bigotry.
  • Fear of miscegenation and xenophobia and the consequent race riots resulted in restrictive legislation against the importation of Pacific and Chinese labor.
  • Unfortunately, countering xenophobia and racism requires leadership from the government.
  • The 'arguments' comprise bogus demographics, calumnies against the victims, xenophobia and fabrication. Times, Sunday Times
  • But that is not the case with the term xenophobia, at least. The Volokh Conspiracy » Another Word I Will Gladly Continue To Use:
  • But was theirs also a doctrine of religious intolerance - and intolerance of religion - and xenophobia? Times, Sunday Times
  • The horror film is generally about xenophobia, the fear of the unknown.
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