(sometimes capital) a man who writes the replies to readers’ letters in an agony column Gender-netural form advice columnist
a popular political assembly. the place where such an assembly met, originally a marketplace or public square. the Agora, the chief marketplace of Athens, center of the city’s civic life. an aluminum coin and monetary unit of Israel, the 100th part of a shekel: replaced the prutah as the fractional unit in 1960. Historical Examples […]
an abnormal fear of being in crowds, public places, or open areas, sometimes accompanied by anxiety attacks. Contemporary Examples It talks about her agoraphobia and her diabetes, as well as her recent court testimony, all without judgment or venom. Paula Deen, Comic Book Hero? Tricia Romano September 18, 2013 Historical Examples agoraphobia, for instance, is […]
of, relating to, or characteristic of : She couldn’t leave the house for years because of agoraphobic panic. Also, agoraphobiac [ag-er-uh-foh-bee-ak] /ˌæg ər əˈfoʊ biˌæk/ (Show IPA). a person who suffers from .
noun Giacomo (ˈdʒaːkomo). born 1942, Italian racing motorcyclist: world champion (500 cc. class) 1966–72, 1975; (350 cc. class) 1968–74 Historical Examples He is carried, unconscious, to the enchanters cave, in the shape of a room in the agostini Palace. The Earl of Beaconsfield James Anthony Froude A good example is the agostini picker, which was […]