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#86495 - 11/10/02 05:15 PM abient
Spelling bee word again.
Tendency to avoid or move away from the stimulus.
#86496 - 11/10/02 08:31 PM Re: abient
Loc: Worcester, MA
Not to be confused with "ambient," in the immediate vicinity ("within one's ambit").
Is there "adient" also, meaning tending to move toward the stimulus?
Just think of the Anagrams possibilities:
--adient + s + r = strained
--adient + o + i = ideation
--adient + e + l = entailed
--adient + g + r + h = threading
#86497 - 11/10/02 08:59 PM Re: abient
I thought "abient" was a stage direction, similar to "exeunt".
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