antihistaminic

[an-tee-his-tuh-min-ik, an-tahy-]Biochemistry, Pharmacology
noun
  1. an antihistaminic agent, as a drug.

Origin of antihistaminic

First recorded in 1945–50; antihistamine + -ic
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antihistaminic in Medicine

antihistaminic

[ăn′tē-hĭs′tə-mĭnĭk]
adj.
  1. Tending to neutralize or antagonize the action of histamine or inhibit its production in the body.
n.
  1. An antihistaminic drug.
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