adjective ap·o·mei·ot·ic \-ī¦ätik\

Definition of apomeiotic

  1. :  relating to or marked by apomeiosis :  formed without meiosis

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Origin and Etymology of apomeiotic

from New Latin apomeiosis, after such pairs as New Latin hypnosis: English hypnotic

First Known Use: 1968

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