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Irrational fear of getting in debt.

Etymology: χρέος (Greek for debt) (Romanised to chréos) + phobia.
After their sovereign debt crisis an the Grexit dilemma, the people of Greece became sufferers of chreosophobia.
by Petty Officer Paddy O'C (rtd) February 11, 2017
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chreosophobia
Irrational fear of getting in debt.
Etymology: χρέος (Greek for debt) (Romanised to chréos) + phobia.
After their sovereign debt crisis an the Grexit dilemma, the people of Greece became sufferers of chreosophobia.
by Petty Officer Paddy O'C (rtd) February 11, 2017
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Irrational fear of getting in debt.

Etymology: χρέος (Greek for debt) (Romanised to chréos) + phobia.
After their sovereign debt crisis an the Grexit dilemma, the people of Greece became sufferers of chreosophobia.
by Petty Officer Paddy O'C (rtd) February 11, 2017
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