kakorrhaphiophobia

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From Ancient Greek κακορραφία (kakorrhaphía, A contrivance of ill, mischievousness) + φόβος (phóbos, fear). , From κακός (kakós, bad) + Ancient Greek -ρραφία (-rrhaphía), from ῥάπτω (rháptō, I sew)

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kakorrhaphiophobia

  1. (rare) The abnormal fear of failure or defeat.

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