Definition of Anodynic

1. Adjective. In the way of an anodyne, relating to relief from pain. ¹



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Definition of Anodynic

1. anodyne [adj] - See also: anodyne

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anodynic

anodises
anodising
anodization
anodizations
anodize
anodized
anodizes
anodizing
anodon
anodons
anodyne
anodynes
anodynia
anodynic (current term)
anodynous
anoeses
anoesis
anoestra
anoestri
anoestrous
anoestrus
anoetic
anoia
anoikic

Literary usage of Anodynic

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1. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1857)
"The history we are considering would have the same anodynic effect in a similar disease which the worthy physician attributed in that case to the Proverbs. ..."

2. Theories of Social Progress: A Critical Study of the Attempts to Formulate by Arthur James Todd (1918)
"It is possible to distinguish thus two types of religion: (i) the dynamic, experimental, expansive, energizing, conquering, realistic; (2) the anodynic, ..."

3. Clinical observations on functional nervous disorders by Charles Handfield Jones (1868)
"The subjacent muscles are often similarly affected, at other times not, or they may be anodynic (to the electric current) while the skin covering them is ..."

4. Studies on functional nervous disorders by Charles Handfield Jones (1870)
"The subjacent muscles are often similarly affected, at other times not, or they may be anodynic (to the electric current) while the skin covering them is ..."

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