[ sin-er-jist, si-nur- ]
/ ˈsɪn ər dʒɪst, sɪˈnɜr- /
Physiology, Medicine/Medical. a body organ, medicine, etc., that cooperates with another or others to produce or enhance an effect.
Chemistry, Pharmacology. any admixture to a substance for increasing the effectiveness of one or more of its properties.
Theology. a person who holds the doctrine of synergism.
impetus, motivation, incentive, stimulant, incitement, reactionary, spur, goad, incendiary, agitator, impulse, incitation, reactant, adjuvant, enzyme, yeast, leaven, ferment
- synergistic muscles,
Origin of synergist
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The same problem took a new form in the Synergist controversy, which discussed the first impulse in conversion.
/ (ˈsɪnədʒɪst, sɪˈnɜː-) /
a drug, muscle, etc, that increases the action of another
Christian theol an upholder of synergism
of or relating to synergism
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[ sĭn′ər-jĭst ]
A synergistic organ, drug, or agent.
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