ataractic

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Etymology[edit]

Latin [Term?], from Ancient Greek ἀτάρακτος (atáraktos, intrepid).

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ataractic (comparative more ataractic, superlative most ataractic)

  1. (pharmacology) That has a tranquilizing effect.
    • 2013, Einar Kringlen, Heredity and Environment in the Functional Psychoses, Elsevier, →ISBN, page 180:
      Later on he was treated by the same psychiatrist with ataractic drugs.

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Noun[edit]

ataractic (plural ataractics)

  1. (pharmacology) A drug that is used to tranquilize; a tranquilizer.

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