Debilitant

De·bil'i·tant adjective [ Latin debilitants , present participle] (Medicine) Diminishing the energy of organs; reducing excitement; as, a debilitant drug.
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debilitant

<medicine> Diminishing the energy of organs; reducing excitement; as, a debilitant drug. ... Origin: L. Debilitants, p. Pr. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Debilitant

• (a.) Diminishing the energy of organs; reducing excitement; as, a debilitant drug.
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debilitant

Type: Term Pronunciation: dĕ-bil′i-tant Definitions: 1. Weakening; causing debility. 2. Obsolete term for a quieting agent or one that subdues excitement.
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