mysophobia

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mysophobia

[‚mī·sə′fō·bē·ə]
(psychology)
An abnormal fear of contamination or of dirt.
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No matter how dirty their bedrooms or cars are, they are germophobic and expect stores and bathrooms to be spotless.
Germophobic parents can now buy kids' dinnerware, place mats, even clothing embedded with antimicrobial chemicals.
Sadistic, germophobic government agent Daxus (Nick Chinlund) is charged with wiping out the Hemophages using the ultimate weapon: a little boy called Six (Cameron Bright), whose blood is swimming with antigens that will kill the Hemophages on contact.
Though germophobic, he loved city pigeons and trained them as pets.
The Rainbow Rock ricochets through the neighborhood, wreaking havoc in the lives of the other underage misfits in the town - including mischievous brothers Loogie (Trevor Gagnon), Lug (Rebel Rodriguez) and Laser (Leo Howard); germophobic genius Nose Noseworthy (Jake Short); and bullying siblings Helvetica (Jolie Vanier) and Cole (Devon Gearhart) Black, who rule their school the way their father, Mr.
Three boys find themselves fending off cobras and crocodiles; another kid, the son of a germophobic scientist (William H.
I am a bit germophobic, and maybe I am more appreciative of people who act in a sanitary and responsible way.