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anaphrodisiac

 [an″af-ro-diz´e-ak]
1. repressing sexual desire.
2. a drug that represses sexual desire.
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an·aph·ro·di·si·ac

(an'af-rō-diz'ē-ak),
1. Relating to anaphrodisia.
2. Repressing or destroying sexual desire.
3. An agent that lessens or eliminates sexual desire.
Synonym(s): antaphrodisiac, antaphroditic (1)
[G. an- priv. + aphrodisia, sexual pleasure]
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an·aph·ro·di·si·ac

(an'af-rō-diz'ē-ak)
1.Repressing or eliminating sexual desire.
2. An agent that lessens or abolishes sexual desire.
[G. an- priv. + aphrodisia, sexual pleasure]
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