hydrophobic

hydrophobic
hydrophobicity /huy'dreuh foh bis"i tee/, n.
/huy'dreuh foh"bik/, adj.
1. of or pertaining to hydrophobia.
2. Chem. having little or no affinity for water. Cf. oleophilic.
[1640-50; HYDROPHOBE + -IC]

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