unexcitable


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unexcitable

(ˌʌnɪkˈsaɪtəbəl)
adj
not excitable; not easily stirred
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Adj.1.unexcitable - not easily excitedunexcitable - not easily excited; "an unexcitable temperament"
excitable - easily excited
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Best Quote Given his meticulous, pragmatic and unexcitable nature, it's not always easy to tease a blockbuster line out of Kenny Jackett.
Whether it was because of grouchiness brought on by acute biscuit deprivation, a bid to create some kind of late-night confrontational TV vibe, or just a means of filling the unforgiving hours stretching in front of them, Chapman spent much of the time poking Berry - an unimpeachable authority on Aussie racing, by the way - to try to provoke some sort of reaction from this unexcitable, verging on torpid, colleague.
Sensory NCSs showed an increased-onset latency in the right median nerve and an unexcitable left median nerve, which are thereby, consistent with bilateral CTS (Table 1).
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By preventing repolarization of the nerve ending, the postsynaptic ending becomes refractory and unexcitable, resulting in flaccid muscles.
All motor nerves tested were unexcitable to high voltage, long duration electrical stimulation and compound action potentials were absent bilaterally.
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