|one who affects or influences others||influencer|
|(Oncology) malignant tumor of the cerebellum composed of undifferentiated neuroglia (primarily affects children), malignant tumor of the brain||medulloblastoma|
|(Veterinary Pathology) pertaining to perosis (disease that affects fowl)||perotic|
|ability to perceive sensation; responsiveness; delicateness, state of requiring special treatment or care; susceptibility to outside influences; quality of being temperamental||sensitiveness|
|ability to perceive sensation; responsiveness; delicateness, state of requiring special treatment or care; susceptibility to outside influences; quality of being temperamental||sensitivity|
|able to measure small differences, able to perceive sensation, having the capacity for feeling; susceptible to external influences or agents; responsive, reactive; delicate, requiring special care or treatment, touchy; responding acutely to emotional s...||sensitive|
|acute intestinal disease, Asiatic cholera, bacterial disease which affects the stomach and intestines||cholera|
|affect, impact; impel, control, effect on something, action of a person or thing which affects another; person or thing which has power to affect others; use of personal connections to manipulate people or events, power to sway, somebody who can sway a...||influence|
|bacteria which causes a number of diseases which affect both men and animals (Microbiology); sexually transmitted disease which affects the genitalia (Pathology), pathogenic bacterium||chlamydia|
|bacterial disease, bacterial infection which mainly affects animals (Veterinary Medicine)||listeriosis|
|burdened; filled full; packed with freight; filled with ammunition; drunk (Informal); very rich (Informal); altered in a way which affects the result of a throw (of dice), containing ammunition, intoxicated by drugs, weighted unfairly, with full load, ...||loaded|
|cause of psychological disorder, creation of the soul and mind; origin of the psychological states resulting from the influences of conscious and unconscious mental processes||psychogenesis|
|closed to influence, impossible to get in or through, incapable of being penetrated or entered; unsusceptible to outside ideas or influences; unfathomable, inscrutable, incomprehensible||impenetrable|
|counteracting toxic influences, containing antitoxins, counteracting toxin||antitoxic|
|crazy, insane (Slang), indicating return to previous musical register, loco disease, locomotive, engine (Slang), locoweed, leguminous plant which grows in the western and southwestern United States; locoism, disease which affects mainly animals and is ...||loco|
|disease caused by eating the seeds of certain legumes belonging to the genus Lathyrus, disease that affects the legs||lathyrism|
|disease of people and domestic animals, infectious disease which affects humans and animals and is caused by spirochetes of the genus Leptospira||leptospirosis|
|disease which affects mainly animals and is caused by eating locoweed (Veterinary Medicine)||locoism|
|disease which affects man and some animals and is caused by the spores of a certain fungus, respiratory disease, valley fever||coccidioidomycosis|
|disorder characterized by illusions that a past traumatic event is recurring and severe reaction to stress-inducing stimuli (often affects veterans and victims of violence), PTSD||post traumatic stress disorder|
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