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cathectic

adjective ca·thec·tic \kə-ˈthek-tik, ka-\

Definition of CATHECTIC

:  of, relating to, or invested with mental or emotional energy

Origin of CATHECTIC

New Latin cathexis
First Known Use: 1927

Rhymes with CATHECTIC

cathectic

adjective ca·thec·tic \kə-ˈthek-tik, ka-\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of CATHECTIC

:  of, relating to, or invested with mental or emotional energy

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