lipophobic lipophobic adj. (Chem.) Not soluble in lipids, or in non-polar solvents; -- of chemical substances or parts of molecules; as, the lipophobic end of a detergent is solvated in water. Contrasted to {lipophilic} or {nonpolar}. [WordNet 1.5]

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