Definition of Anosmic

1. Adjective. Relating to an impairment or loss of the sense of smell.

Exact synonyms: Anosmatic
Partainyms: Anosmia, Anosmia
Derivative terms: Anosmia, Anosmia



2. Adjective. Having impaired sense of smell.
Similar to: Impaired
Derivative terms: Anosmia

Definition of Anosmic

1. Adjective. Having anosmia; lacking a sense of smell. ¹

2. Noun. A person lacking a sense of smell. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Anosmic

1. anosmia [adj] - See also: anosmia

Medical Definition of Anosmic

1. Relating to anosmia. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anosmic

anorthopias
anorthoscope
anorthoscopes
anorthoscopic
anorthoscopic-perception
anorthoscopic perception
anorthosite
anorthosites
anorthositic
anoscope
anoscopy
anosigmoidoscopy
anosmatic
anosmia
anosmias
anosmic (current term)
anosmics
anosodiaphoria
anosognosia
anosognosias
anosognosic
anosognosic epilepsy
anosognosic seizures
anospinal
anospinal centre
anosteoplasia
anostosis
another
another(a)
another country heard from

Literary usage of Anosmic

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1. A Study of Sensory Control in the Rat by Florence Ella Richardson Robinson, Richardson Robinson (1909)
"Blind anosmic Rat on Problem I. The time-records of the blind anosmic rat upon this problem are given in Table XII. He had been trained in the maze during a ..."

2. The Psychological Experiences Connected with the Different Parts of Speech by Eleanor Harris (Rowland) Wembridge (1907)
"blind and the anosmic rats to this disturbing element in the maze is taken from our diary: ... anosmic Rat Y. ist trial. Passed like a streak over cassia. ..."

3. An Introduction to Psychology by Mary Whiton Calkins, ( (1914)
"To this end he would select, if possible, as subject of the experiments, an anosmic person, that is, one without smell-sensations, or else he would close ..."

4. A First Book in Psychology by Mary Whiton Calkins (1912)
"To this end he would select, if possible, as subject of the experiments, an anosmic person, that is, one without smell-sensations, or else he would close ..."

5. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1870)
"He had an anosmic patient who was very fond of the bouquet of moselle. This also contradicted Dr. Ogle's view. He had known to be associated with epilepsy a ..."

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