Definition: the fear of running out of things to read
Etymology: Formed from the Greek prefix a (meaning “not”), the Greek root biblio (meaning ” of or pertaining to books”), and the Greek root phobia (meaning “fear”).
Related words: abibliophobes, abibliophobically
Ironically the term was coined on the internet — an endless supply or reading material — in the late 1990s.
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