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cretinous

 [kre´tĭ-nus]
affected with cretinism.

cre·tin·ous

(kreh'tin-ŭs),
Relating to cretinism or a cretin; affected with cretinism.
Synonym(s): cretinistic

cre·tin·ous

(kret'in-ŭs)
An obsolete term for relating to cretinism or a cretin; affected with congenital hypothyroidism.

cre·tin·ous

(kret'in-ŭs)
Relating to cretinism or a cretin; affected with cretinism. This offensive term should be avoided.

cretinous

affected with cretinism.
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