trepidant

[ trep-i-duh nt ]
/ ˈtrɛp ɪ dənt /

adjective

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Origin of trepidant

1890–95; < Latin trepidant-, stem of trepidāns, present participle of trepidāre; see trepidation, -ant
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Medical definitions for trepidant

trepidant
[ trĕpĭ-dənt ]

adj.

Relating to or characterized by trepidation.
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