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Longevimonetaphobia (Lon’-je-vi-mon’-e-ta-pho’-bia)

From the three words longevity, monetary and Phobia. The deathly fear of living longer than one’s supply of money. A condition often developed by elders soon after retiring and exacerbated by inflation, taxes, and failed pension funds. Longevimonetaphobia much more frequently shows up disguised as alimony in divorce settlements.
“We were about to settle the divorce without too much fuss until my ex developed a severe case of longevimonetaphobia.”
by W Collins March 18, 2007
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Words related to Longevimonetaphobia:

alimony cash-poor financial security set-for-life