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English citations of dishabiliophobia

  • 2008, Patricia Daniels Cornwell, Scarpetta, Penguin Group, →ISBN, p.7:
    “[...] We hoped he’d calm down, agree to let a local ME take care of him. Never going to happen. He’s more adamant than ever. Says he’s terrified of doctors. Has odenyphobia, dishabiliophobia.” ¶ “He’s afraid of pain and taking his clothes off?” ¶ “And caligynephobia. Fear of beautiful women.” ¶ “I see. So that’s why he’d feel safe with me.” ¶ “That part was supposed to be funny. He thinks you’re beautiful and he’s definitely not afraid of you. I’m the one who should be afraid.”