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chronicity

[ kro-nis-i-tee ]
/ krɒˈnɪs ɪ ti /
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noun
the fact or quality of being long-lasting, as a disease, condition, or symptom:Psychological influences, such as stress, can significantly affect the severity and chronicity of the illness.
the fact or quality of being constant, habitual, or continually recurring:The chronicity of bullying is one of its more intriguing features.
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