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adient

[ad′ē·ənt]
Etymology: L, adire, moving toward
characterized by a tendency to move toward rather than away from stimuli. Compare abient. adience, n.

adient

adjective A near-extinct term for the tendency to move towards a stimulus—e.g., -centric or -tropic.
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