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bu·spi·rone

 (byo͞o-spī′rōn′)
n.
A drug, C21H31N5O2, used in its hydrochloride form to treat anxiety disorders.

[bu(tyl) + spir(ane), compound having two rings that share one atom (from German Spiran, from Latin spīra, coil; see spire2) + -one.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.buspirone - a drug (trade name BuSpar) designed specifically for anxiety
antianxiety drug, anxiolytic, anxiolytic drug, minor tranquilizer, minor tranquilliser, minor tranquillizer - a tranquilizer used to relieve anxiety and reduce tension and irritability
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buspirone

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