amnesic


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am·ne·sic

(am-nē'sik),
Relating to or characterized by amnesia.
Synonym(s): amnestic (1)

amnesic

/am·ne·sic/ (am-ne´sik) affected with or characterized by amnesia.

am·ne·sic

(am-nēsik)
Relating to or characterized by amnesia.
Synonym(s): amnestic (1) .

am·ne·sic

(am-nēsik)
Relating to or characterized by amnesia.
Synonym(s): amnestic (1) .

amnesic (amnē´zik),

n/adj affected with, or characterized by, amnesia.
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