Definition of Trepidant

1. [adj]



Medical Definition of Trepidant

1. Marked by tremor. Origin: L. Trepidans, pres. P. Of trepido, to tremble, to be agitated (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trepidant

trepanners
trepanning
trepans
trepeget
trephination
trephinations
trephine
trephine biopsy
trephined
trephines
trephining
trephocyte
trephones
trepid
trepidancy
trepidant (current term)
trepidatio cordis
trepidation
trepidations
trepidatious
trepidatiously
trepidatory
trepidities
trepidity
trepidly
treponaemiasis
treponaemicidal
treponema
treponema-immobilizing antibody
treponema immobilization test

Literary usage of Trepidant

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1. Case Histories in Neurology: A Selection of Histories Setting Forth the by Edward Wyllys Taylor (1911)
"... this patient may properly be said to be suffering from a condition of Senile trepidant Abasia (Charcot). Prognosis. In view of the age of the patient, ..."

2. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by American Neurological Association, Philadelphia Neurological Society, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association, Boston Society of Psychiatry and Neurology (1892)
"As soon as he comes down from the trepidant-chair, the patient feels lighter; his stiffness is gone; he walks with more ease than before. ..."

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