Depressomotor

De·pres`so·mo'tor adjective (Medicine) Depressing or diminishing the capacity for movement, as depressomotor nerves, which lower or inhibit muscular activity. -- noun Any agent that depresses the activity of the motor centers, as bromides, etc.
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depressomotor

<medicine> Depressing or diminishing the capacity for movement, as depressomotor nerves, which lower or inhibit muscular activity. ... Any agent that depresses the activity of the motor centers, as bromides, etc. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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depressomotor

(de-pres″o-mo´tәr) retarding or abating motor activity. an agent that so acts.
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Depressomotor

• (n.) Any agent that depresses the activity of the motor centers, as bromides, etc. • (a.) Depressing or diminishing the capacity for movement, as depressomotor nerves, which lower or inhibit muscular activity.
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