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syn·ton·ic

(sin-ton'ik),
Having even tone or temperament; a personality trait characterized by a high degree of emotional responsiveness to the environment.
[G. syntonos, in harmony, fr. syn, together, + tonos, tone]

syntonic

(sĭn-tŏn′ĭk)
adj.
Psychology Characterized by a high degree of emotional responsiveness to the environment.

syn·ton·ic

(sin-ton'ik)
Having even tone or temperament; a personality trait characterized by a high degree of emotional responsiveness to the environment.
[G. syntonos, in harmony, fr. syn, together, + tonos, tone]

syntonic

(sin-ton'ik)
Pert. to a personality characterized by an even temperament, a normal emotional responsiveness to life situations; the opposite of schizoid.
See: syntone
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