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Abrubt
Sudden
Abstain
Voluntarily refrain from something
Access
A means to obtain entry or a means of approach
Accountable
Responsible
Adhere
to hold fast or stick together
Adverse
Undesired, possibly harmful
Affect
Appearance of observable emotions
Annual
Once a year
Apply
To place, put on, or spread something
Audible
Able to hear
Bilateral
Present on two sides
Cease
To some to an end or bring to an end
Compensatory
To offset or make up for something
Complication
An undesired problem that is the result of some other event
Comply
Do as desired
Concave
Rounded inward
Concise
Brief, to the point
Consistency
Degree of viscosity, how thick or thin a fluid is
Constrict
To draw together or become smaller
Contigent
Dependant
Contour
Shape or outline of a shape
Contract
To draw together or reduce in size
Contraindiction
A reason why something is not advisable or why it shouldnt be done
Defecate
Expel a bowel movement
Deficit
A deficiency or lack of something
Depress
Press downward
Depth
Downward measurement from the surface
Deteriorating
Worsening
Device
Tool or piece of equipment
Diameter
The distance across the center or an object
Dilate
To enlarge or expand
Dilute
To make a liquid less concentrated
Discrete
Distinct, separate
Distended
Endlarged or expanded from pressure
Elevate
To lift up or place in a higher position
Endogenous
Produce within the body
Exacerbate
To make worse or more severe
Excess
More than what is needed or usual
Exogenous
Produced outside the body
Expand
To increase in size or amount