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deleterious

 [del″ĕ-tēr´e-us]
injurious; harmful.

del·e·te·ri·ous

(del'ĕ-tēr'ē-ŭs),
Injurious; noxious; harmful.
[G. dēlētērios, fr. dēleomai, to injure]

deleterious

/del·e·te·ri·ous/ (del″ĕ-tēr´e-us) injurious; harmful.

deleterious

[del′itir′ē·əs]
Etymology: Gk, deleterios, destroyer
harmful or dangerous.

del·e·te·ri·ous

(del'ĕ-tēr'ē-ŭs)
Injurious; noxious; harmful.
[G. dēlētērios, fr. dēleomai, to injure]

deleterious

injurious; harmful.
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