capable of diminishing sexual desire.
an anaphrodisiac agent.
Origin of anaphrodisiac
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Historical Examples of anaphrodisiac
In Concan the juice of the leaves is given mixed with food to animals in heat, for its anaphrodisiac action.
Without doubt it exerts an anaphrodisiac action, on account of which the illustrious Linnæus called it the “drink of eunuchs.”
tending to lessen sexual desire
an anaphrodisiac drug
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Of, relating to, or characteristic of anaphrodisia.
Repressing or destroying sexual desire.
An agent that lessens or eliminates sexual desire.
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