Created by: ErWenn
Definition: n., A feeling of discomfort, common while sitting on a plane or train, created by the sense that you are about to be decapitated by your fellow passengers who are tilting aggressively towards you. v. To sit in a very small space, which seems to be getting smaller.
Pronunciation: /ˌklɔsˈtɹækt/ /klaws-TRACT/
Sentence: I was certain that the walls had started to claustract on me and I suddenly knew what James Bond must feel like.
Etymology: from Latin claustrum "a bolt, place shut in" + English contract "to draw together"