Definition of Acceleratory

1. Adjective. Tending to increase velocity.

Exact synonyms: Accelerative
Similar to: Increasing
Derivative terms: Accelerate, Accelerate, Accelerate, Accelerate



Definition of Acceleratory

1. a. Accelerative.

Definition of Acceleratory

1. Adjective. accelerative ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Acceleratory

acceleration unit
accelerational
accelerations
accelerative
acceleratively
accelerator
accelerator factor
accelerator fibres
accelerator globulin
accelerator key
accelerator keys
accelerator nerves
accelerator pedal
accelerators
acceleratory (current term)
accelerin
accelerogram
accelerograms
accelerograph
accelerographs
accelerometer
accelerometers
accelerometric
accelerometry
acceleron
accelerons
accend
accended
accendibility

Literary usage of Acceleratory

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1. The Applied anatomy of the nervous system by Ambrose Loomis Ranney (1888)
"If the lesion be so situated as to create only irritation of the cilio-spinal center, or the acceleratory center for the heart (both of which are in that ..."

2. Thyroid and Thymus by André Crotti (1922)
"Tachycardia is the result of an increased susceptibility of the acceleratory as well as of the inhibitory system of the heart and of the diminished tonus of ..."

3. An Outline of psychobiology by Knight Dunlap (1917)
"Striped muscle contracts normally only when irritated by a nerve current (excitatory or acceleratory current). Relaxation supervenes on contraction when the ..."

4. The Ductless Glandular Diseases by Wilhelm Falta (1916)
"I first attempted such a classification four years ago, in which I differentiated acceleratory and retarding hormones. This differentiation was founded on ..."

5. Diseases of the intestines by Ismar Boas (1904)
"In like manner, stimulation of the cortex of the brain and of the optic thalamus may inhibit or accelerate intestinal movements : the acceleratory stimulus ..."

6. A Practical Treatise on Surgical Diagnosis: Designed as a Manual for by Ambrose Loomis Ranney (1884)
"If the lesion be so situated as to create only irritation of the cilio-spinal centre, or the acceleratory centre for the heart (both of which are in that ..."

7. Principles of osteopathy by Dain Loren Tasker (1903)
"An impulse whether acceleratory or inhibitory in character is the result of stimulation. All bodily functions require stimulation, in the sense we have used ..."

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