TV-phobic

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

TV +‎ -phobic

Adjective[edit]

TV-phobic (comparative more TV-phobic, superlative most TV-phobic)

  1. Having a dislike of television.
    • 2004, Joe Garner, Richard Pryor, Made You Laugh!
      It helped that there were plenty of celebrities — from Billy Graham to Tiny Tim to Johnny Carson to Leonard Nimoy to TV-phobic John Wayne...
    • 2008, Gary Richard Edgerton, Jeffrey P Jones, The Essential HBO Reader
      Even the short-lived phenomenon of Twin Peaks, which attracted otherwise TV-phobic intellectuals to the television set when it debuted in 1990...