the unconscious assumption of the personality characteristics of another, usually well known, person.
to belong as a part, right, possession, attribute, etc.; pertain or relate (usually followed by to): privileges that appertain to members of the royal family. Historical Examples Where are the houses, the palaces, that should appertain to these lordly parks? The Scalp Hunters Mayne Reid The consideration of hypnotic cures does not appertain to our […]
to belong as a part, right, possession, attribute, etc.; pertain or relate (usually followed by to): privileges that appertain to members of the royal family. Historical Examples appertaining as it also does to virtue, I will speak of it to thee. The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa Bk. 3 Pt. 2 Translated by Kisari Mohan Ganguli […]
a presumed region in the human brain, possibly the hypothalamus, that functions to adjust . noun a neural control centre within the hypothalamus of the brain that regulates the sense of hunger and satiety appestat ap·pe·stat (āp’ĭ-stāt’) n. The area in the brain that is believed to regulate appetite and food intake.
intense desire; strong natural craving; appetite. instinctive inclination or natural tendency. material or chemical attraction or affinity. Historical Examples For perception in any subject is vain, unless it can desire, and appetence is useless, unless it can move. North American Medical and Surgical Journal, Vol. 2, No. 3, July, 1826 Various noun (pl) -tences, -tencies […]