hysteroid


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hys·ter·oid

 (hĭs′tə-roid′)
adj.
Resembling hysteria.
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hysteroid

(ˈhɪstəˌrɔɪd) or

hysteroidal

adj
(Psychiatry) resembling hysteria
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hys·ter·oid

n. histeroide, semejante a la histeria.
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