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Can you pick the correct word with seventeen or more letters that matches each definition?
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2-Letter Vocabulary (Easy)
(n.) an enzyme that works with its corresponding neurotransmitter to relax muscles and whose action is blocked by certain neural toxins such as sarin gas
(adj.) acting upon the outer region of the gland responsible for releasing hormones in response to stress
(n.) a device that studies heart activity by measuring tiny movements of the body
(adj.) relating to heights of mountains and depths of oceans
(adj.) pollinated by bats
(n.) a chemical once commonly used in aerosol propellents, now known to contribute to ozone depletion
(n.) a disease caused by fungal infection endemic to the southwest United States, also known as 'valley fever'
(n.) a type of brain tumor arising from the pituitary gland
(n.) the process by which initially uniform cells develop into specialized ones, such as blood, muscle or nerve cells
(n.) the science of measuring historical weather patterns by studying their effect on trees
(adj.) relating to the treatment of mental illness by the application of charged current to the brain
(n.) inflammation of the brain and spinal cord
(n.) a method of detecting antibodies in a sample by coupling them with a compound that emits light when stimulated
(n.) a synthetic anabolic steroid drug used to treat certain hormone deficiencies
(n.) a process in which tiny particles of drugs, pesticides, dyes or other substances are surrounded by a coating
(n.) the study of the interaction between hormone-secreting tissues and the bundles of long fibers responsible for transmitting signals around the body
(n.) a condition characterized by benign tumors on the peripheral nerve fibers, manifesting as brown spots on the skin
(n.) the simultaneous administration of a tranquilizer and a narcotic, especially for relief of surgical pain
(n.) a drug once commonly used as nasal decongestant, now banned in many countries because of stroke risk when used in excess
(n.) emission of light by a solid resulting from the application of pressure
(adj.) producing many many offspring
(n.) a skin ailment sometimes caused by close shaving, also known as 'razor bumps'
(n.) forward displacement of a lumbar vertebra over the one below it
(n.) emission of light by a solid as the result of scratching or rubbing
(n.) a rapid and seemingly miraculous economic recovery, like the one in West Germany after World War II
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