claustrophobically

claustrophobic

[klaw-struh-foh-bik]
adjective
1.
pertaining to or suffering from claustrophobia.
2.
tending to induce claustrophobia: a small, airless, claustrophobic room.

Origin:
see claustrophobia, -phobic

claustrophobically, adverb
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claustrophobic (ˌklɔːstrəˈfəʊbɪk, ˌklɒs-)
 
adj
1.  suffering from claustrophobia
2.  unpleasantly cramped, confined, or closed in: narrow claustrophobic spaces
 
claustrophobically
 
adv

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claustrophobic
1889 (adj.), from claustrophobia + -ic. As a noun, "person who has claustrophobia," it is recorded from 1953.
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