Epithumetic Ep`i*thu*met"ic, a. Epithumetical. [Obs.] [1913 Webster]

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  • epithumetic — |epəth(y)ü|med.ik adjective Etymology: irregular from Greek epithymētikos, from epithymētos desired (from epithymein to long for, desire, covet, from epi + thymos desire, mind, soul) + ikos ic more at fume : of or relating to appetite or desire …   Useful english dictionary

  • epithumetic — ep·i·thu·met·ic …   English syllables

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