The European Union Monitoring Center on Racism and xenophobia (EUMC) produced a working definition in 2005.
But there is also the ruthlessness of exploitation, the xenophobia, the self-centeredness.
We will give up and stop any manifestations of chauvinism and xenophobia.
The Wall Street Journal praised him effusively for repudiating Nehru's "xenophobia" and embracing the markets.
At a time when xenophobia runs rampant in Egypt, foreigners are often met with distrust.
This, the new generation of Baruch Goldsteinsand Yoel Lerners, is imbibing the doctrine of truth, fearlessness and xenophobia.
This is a path that treads a thin line, as history should remind us, between economic nationalism and xenophobia.
These groups are generally united in their thuggery and xenophobia.
That's exactly what bin Laden wants--one more bleeding war in a mountainous country where xenophobia is several millenia old.
This xenophobia is a remarkably constant feature of eighteenth-century satire on "taste."
xenophobia xen·o·pho·bi·a (zěn'ə-fō'bē-ə, zē'nə-)
Fear and contempt of strangers or foreign peoples.
An unreasonable fear, distrust, or hatred of strangers, foreigners, or anything perceived as foreign or different.