debilitant


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de·bil·i·tant

(dĕ-bil'i-tant),
1. Weakening; causing debility.
2. Obsolete term for a quieting agent or one that subdues excitement.
[L. debilito, to weaken, fr. de, neg., + habilis, able]

debilitant

(dĕ-bĭl′ĭ-tănt) [L. debilis, weak]
1. A remedy used to reduce excitement.
2. Something that weakens.
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