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analeptic

noun an·a·lep·tic \ˌa-nə-ˈlep-tik\

Definition of ANALEPTIC

:  a drug that stimulates the central nervous system
analeptic adjective

Origin of ANALEPTIC

Greek analēptikos, from analambanein
First Known Use: 1671

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