Definition of Synergism

1. Noun. The working together of two things (muscles or drugs for example) to produce an effect greater than the sum of their individual effects.

Exact synonyms: Synergy
Generic synonyms: Action, Activity, Natural Action, Natural Process
Specialized synonyms: Potentiation
Derivative terms: Synergist, Synergistic, Synergistic, Synergetic



2. Noun. The theological doctrine that salvation results from the interaction of human will and divine grace.
Generic synonyms: Theological Doctrine
Derivative terms: Synergistic

Definition of Synergism

1. n. The doctrine or theory, attributed to Melanchthon, that in the regeneration of a human soul there is a coöperation, or joint agency, on the part both of God and of man.

Definition of Synergism

1. Noun. synergy ¹

2. Noun. The theological doctrine that one's salvation is brought about by a combination of human will and divine grace ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Synergism

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Synergism

synereses
syneresis
synergetic
synergetically
synergia
synergias
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synergically
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synergids
synergies
synergise
synergised
synergises
synergising
synergism (current term)
synergisms
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synergize
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synes
syneses
synesis
synesises

Literary usage of Synergism

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Experimental Pharmacology by Hugh McGuigan (1919)
"No explanation of synergism is at present available. Scopolamin, Morphin, synergism.1—In the following experiments record respiration and heart-rate, ..."

2. Experimental Pharmacology by Hugh McGuigan (1919)
"No explanation of synergism is at present available. Scopolamin, Morphin, synergism.1—In the following experiments record respiration and heart-rate, ..."

3. A History of Christian Doctrine by William Greenough Thayer Shedd (1863)
"... synergism. Melanchthon took a leading part in the construction of the Augsburg Confession and the Apology ; both of which asserted the Augustinian ..."

4. Neem Pesticides in Rice: Potential and Limitations by L G Soon, Guan Soon Lim, Dale G. Bottrell (1994)
"synergism effects. Recent studies have shown the potential of using neem and other materials as synergists to enhance the effects of microbial pest control ..."

5. Nuclear Energy for Hydrogen Production by Verfondern, Karl (2007)
"synergism of Electricity & Hydrogen in the Long Term For future applications, it has to be kept in mind that electricity and hydrogen can form a symbiosis ..."

6. Protecting Critical Information & Technology: Proceedings of the Fourth by DIANE Publishing Company (1997)
"... "ARMS CONTROL synergism: A GROWING THREAT" Mr. Michael H. McMillan On-Site Inspection Agency Since 1988, the United States has signed or entered into ..."

7. Experimental Pharmacology by Hugh McGuigan (1919)
"No explanation of synergism is at present available. Scopolamin, Morphin, synergism.1—In the following experiments record respiration and heart-rate, ..."

8. Experimental Pharmacology by Hugh McGuigan (1919)
"No explanation of synergism is at present available. Scopolamin, Morphin, synergism.1—In the following experiments record respiration and heart-rate, ..."

9. A History of Christian Doctrine by William Greenough Thayer Shedd (1863)
"... synergism. Melanchthon took a leading part in the construction of the Augsburg Confession and the Apology ; both of which asserted the Augustinian ..."

10. Neem Pesticides in Rice: Potential and Limitations by L G Soon, Guan Soon Lim, Dale G. Bottrell (1994)
"synergism effects. Recent studies have shown the potential of using neem and other materials as synergists to enhance the effects of microbial pest control ..."

11. Nuclear Energy for Hydrogen Production by Verfondern, Karl (2007)
"synergism of Electricity & Hydrogen in the Long Term For future applications, it has to be kept in mind that electricity and hydrogen can form a symbiosis ..."

12. Protecting Critical Information & Technology: Proceedings of the Fourth by DIANE Publishing Company (1997)
"... "ARMS CONTROL synergism: A GROWING THREAT" Mr. Michael H. McMillan On-Site Inspection Agency Since 1988, the United States has signed or entered into ..."

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