assident

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assident (comparative more assident, superlative most assident)

  1. (medicine) Of a symptom, generally, but not always, accompanying a disease; indicative of the presence of a disease but not a necessary occurrence in conjunction with that disease.

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assident

  1. Third person plural present indicative of assideo.