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stim·u·lant

(stim'yū-lănt),
1. Stimulating; exciting to action.
See also: stimulus.
2. An agent that arouses organic activity, strengthens the action of the heart, increases vitality, and promotes a sense of well-being; classified according to the parts on which they chiefly act: cardiac, respiratory, gastric, hepatic, cerebral, spinal, vascular, genital.
See also: stimulus. Synonym(s): excitor, stimulator
Synonym(s): excitant
[L. stimulans, pres. p. of stimulo, pp. -atus, to goad, incite, fr. stimulus, a goad]

excitor

/ex·ci·tor/ (ek-si´tor) a nerve which stimulates a part to greater activity.

excitor

(ĭk-sī′tər)
n.
A nerve whose stimulation induces an increase in activity of the part it supplies.

excitor

(ek-si'tor) [L. excitare, to arouse]
Something that incites to greater activity. Synonym: stimulant
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