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antagonistic

adjective Referring to any combination of two or more drugs which results in a therapeutic effect that is less than the sum of each drug’s effect.

antagonistic

adjective Referring to any combination of 2 or more drugs, which results in a therapeutic effect that is less than the sum of each drug's effect. Cf Additive, Synergism.
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The issue in fighting violence is not just adopting a security approach because antagonistic behaviours are unfortunately prevalent, mainly among young people," the sources said.
Often there's an almost antagonistic attitude between OTTs and telcos.
As trade unions, you should not be antagonistic and be lamenting all times.
GBR 830 is the first OX40 antagonistic antibody devoid of agonistic properties to enter clinical studies.
If you prove yourself through your work, no one can be antagonistic towards you.
BJP is hell-bent on gaining power at the centre at any cost come what may, hence, they are forming such alliances with MNS, knowing extremely well that MNS and Shiv Sena both are antagonistic towards each other.
is no way in a million years that anyone would be allowed to erect wind turbines off Italy's Amalfi coast, a spectacular seascape that every person should experience at least once during their short stay on this planet; yet we have allowed a handful of here-today-gone-tomorrow political philistines to destroy other unique visions of natural beauty, so that no one in future will be allowed to experience them; one of which is the seascape off the North Wales coast, east of Llandudno, which is now just a forest of wind turbines, just so these vandals who are antagonistic to any artistic and cultural values can say 'at least we did something'.
ANTAGONISTIC He added: "He is not just there as a regulator, he is there to give, hopefully, sagacious advice from a profound understanding of policing.
Remind your husband that it's good she can stand up to him and tell him to ignore any antagonistic behaviour.
WHY does Coun Green come up with such antagonistic remarks concerning Birmingham binmen at a time when the workforce is on such a low in terms of morale (Mail, November 5)?
I suggest she focus more on the "Um" part of her name and spend less time putting the world to rights with antagonistic letters.
The testing ground for creation and transmission of precedent that is examined in this article involves the Illinois state courts' doctrine of antagonistic defenses--Illinois' version of a doctrine that exists in nearly all American state or federal jurisdictions.