xenophobe

[zen-uh-fohb, zee-nuh-]
noun
a person who fears or hates foreigners, strange customs, etc.

Origin:
1910–15; xeno- + -phobe

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xenophobe (ˈzɛnəˌfəʊb)
 
n
a person who hates or fears foreigners or strangers
 
[C20: from Greek, from xeno- + -phobe]

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Example sentences
Consider a xenophobe who only uses slurs for picking out a target group.
Almost every legislative race seems to feature a devout central planner running against a tax-protesting xenophobe.
But they think that such claims would make the other guy back off from legitimate points for the fear of being called a xenophobe.
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