Adynamic

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Adynamic

1. (Science: medicine) Pertaining to, or characterised by, debility of the vital powers; weak.

2. (Science: physics) Characterised by the absence of power or force. Adynamic fevers, malignant or putrid fevers attended with great muscular debility.

Origin: cf. F. Adynamique. See Adynamy.