amnesic

[ UK /æmnˈiːzɪk/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to or caused by amnesia
  2. suffering from a partial loss of memory
NOUN
  1. a person suffering from amnesia
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How To Use amnesic In A Sentence

  • Of particular interest is the more controversial class of amnesic syndromes known as dissociative, functional, or psychogcnic amnesias.
  • The vast majority of amnesic patients are chronic alcoholics, suffering from Korsakoff's syndrome.
  • The study only included patients with a form of MCI called amnesic MCI. therefore the results may not apply to other types of MCI. Undefined
  • Lower doses of the drug result in analgesic effects, while increasing doses will produce amnesic effects.
  • The app also guides you through the format and prayers for confession so that you won't get all tongue tied and amnesic when sitting before a collared absolver. ABC News: Top Stories
  • Although a second traumatic event may serve as abreaction or a cure for some dissociative amnesic states, this seems unlikely in the event of two severe neurological insults.
  • Others will be completely amnesic for the entire episode and not even aware that a seizure has occurred.
  • The vast majority of amnesic patients are chronic alcoholics, suffering from Korsakoff's syndrome.
  • The Republican "Party of No" strategy has turned some public opinion in their favor, at least with a large evidently amnesic demographic of people who didn't care one bit about deficits and debt under Bush but suddenly found righteous anger once Obama took office. Robbie Gennet: Bankrupting the New Deal: Why Republicans Are The Party of Failure
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