also, anorectous. having no appet-te.
causing a loss of appet-te.
an anorectic substance, as a drug; anorexiant.
“characterized by lack of appet-te,” 1832, medical latin, from greek anorektos “without appet-te” (see anorexia). as a noun, attested from 1913.
anorectic an·o·rec·tic (ān’ə-rěk’tĭk) or an·o·ret·ic (-rět’ĭk)
marked by loss of appet-te.
suppressing or causing loss of appet-te.
of or affected with anorexia nervosa.
an agent that causes loss of appet-te.
one affected with anorexia nervosa.
a substance, as a drug, for causing loss of appet-te. anorexiant an·o·rex·i·ant (ān’ə-rěk’sē-ənt) n. a drug, process, or event that leads to anorexia.
a person suffering from or especially . . contemporary examples the anorexic woman who broke down when her stomach began to expand. a new debate over in vitro danielle friedman july 26, 2010 two months after anorexic model isabelle caro died, her mother committed suicide. isabelle caro: anorexic model dies, her mother commits suicide. how […]
anorexigenic anorexigenic an·o·rex·i·gen·ic (ān’ə-rěk’sə-jěn’ĭk) adj. promoting or causing anorexia.
inability to experience s-xual . an-rg-smy an·or·gas·my (ān’ôr-gāz’mē) or an·or·gas·mi·a (-gāz’mē-ə) n. failure to experience an -rg-sm.
a white or gray feldspar mineral, caal 2 si 2 o 8 , calcic plagioclase. historical examples anorthite occurs in white translucent or transparent crystals. geology james geikie anorthite is an essential const-tuent of many basic igneous rocks, such as gabbro and basalt, also of some meteoric stones. encyclopaedia britannica, 11th edition, volume 2, slice […]