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Definition of "zymotic" []

  • Of, relating to, or causing fermentation (adjective)
  • Relating to or caused by infection (adjective)
  • Denoting or relating to an infectious disease (adjective)
  • Relating to or caused by infection. (adjective)

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  • Of or causing fermentation. (adjective)
  • Infectious (adjective)

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Use "zymotic" in a sentence
  • "_counteract_ the ravages, of certain classes of diseases (those called zymotic) by inoculating the animal suffering therefrom with what he called an "attenuated" or "domesticated" virus of the given disease."
  • "On the one hand it was denounced as an epicurean and obnoxious toy from England, designed to corrupt the democratic simplicity of the Republic, and on the other hand it was attacked by the medical faculty as dangerous to health and a certain inviter of “phthisic, rheumatic fevers, inflammation of the lungs and the whole category of zymotic diseases.”"
  • "Life and property, indeed, were secure from violence almost all over the world, zymotic diseases, bacterial diseases of all sorts had practically vanished, everyone had a sufficiency of food and clothing, was warmed in the city ways and sheltered from the weather — so much the almost mechanical progress of science and the physical organisation of society had accomplished."