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atonicity

[ at-n-is-i-tee, ey-toh-nis- ]
/ ˌæt nˈɪs ɪ ti, ˌeɪ toʊˈnɪs- /
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noun Pathology.
lack of tone; atony.
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Origin of atonicity

First recorded in 1895–1900; atonic + -ity
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