alexiteric

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Medieval Latin alexiterium + ic.

Noun[edit]

alexiteric (plural alexiterics)

  1. (medicine) A preservative against infectious diseases.
  2. A preservative against the effects of poison.

Adjective[edit]

alexiteric (comparative more alexiteric, superlative most alexiteric)

  1. Resisting poison, or the effects of venom

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