consisting of morphemes that are combined differently from their mode of combination as separate words in a phrase, as bookstore, which is an asyntactic compound, while the same elements are combined syntactically in store for books.
asystematic asystematic a·sys·tem·at·ic (ā-sĭs’tə-māt’ĭk) or a·sys·tem·ic (ā’sĭ-stěm’ĭk) adj. Not specific to one system or set or organs; not systematic.
noun (pathol) the absence of heartbeat; cardiac arrest n. 1860, from Modern Latin, from Greek a-, privative prefix (see a- (3)), + systole “contraction” (see systole). asystole a·sys·to·le (ā-sĭs’tə-lē, ə-sĭs’-) n. The absence of contractions of the heart. a’sys·tol’ic (ā’sĭ-stŏl’ĭk) adj.
a city in central Egypt, on the Nile. noun an ancient city in central Egypt, on the Nile. Pop: 417 000 (2005 est) Ancient Greek name Lycopolis
to deduct a certain amount from (a bill, charge, etc.): All bills that are paid promptly will be discounted at two percent. to offer for sale or sell at a reduced price: The store discounted all clothing for the sale. to advance or lend money with deduction of interest on (commercial paper not immediately payable). […]