Moribund

A condition exhibited by an organism just prior to death or recovery, especially when poisoned. An organism in this state manifests abnormal reactions to stimuli.

moribund

(mor´ĭ-bәnd) in a dying state.
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Moribund

• (n.) A dying person. • (a.) In a dying state; dying; at the point of death.
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moribund

adjective being on the point of death; breathing your last; `a moribund patient`
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Moribund

Mor'i·bund adjective [ Latin moribundus , from moriri to die. See Mortal .] In a dying state; dying; at the point of death. « The patient was comatose and moribund Copland.
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Moribund

Mor'i·bund noun A dying person. [ R.]
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Moribund

Approaching death or being in a state of dying.
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moribund

being on the point of death
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Moribund

In a dying condition
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moribund

moribund 1. At the point of death or dying. 2. Having lost all sense of purpose or vitality. 3. Becoming obsolescent.
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moribund

not growing or changing; without force or vitality
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moribund

Type: Term Pronunciation: mōr′i-bŭnd Definitions: 1. Dying; at the point of death.
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