Medical Dictionary

anti–aggression

adjective an·ti–ag·gres·sion \-ə-ˈgresh-ən\
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antiaggression

Medical Definition of anti–aggression

  1. :  tending to prevent or limit aggressive behavior Prozac, the widely prescribed antidepressant, also has been found to work as an anti-aggression drug, calming irritability and impulsiveness.—Ronald Kotulak, The Chicago Tribune, 15 Dec. 1993


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