Etymology
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formicary (n.)
"ant nest," 1816, from Medieval Latin formicarium, from Latin formica "ant" (see Formica (n.2)).
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emmet (n.)
"ant," from Old English æmete (see ant), surviving as a dialect word in parts of England; also, according to OED, in Cornwall a colloquial name for holiday tourists.
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suppressant (n.)
"that which suppresses," 1922, from suppress + -ant.
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colorant (n.)

"pigment, coloring material," 1884, from French colorant; see color + -ant.

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depressant (n.)

"a sedative," 1876; see depress + -ant. From 1887 as an adjective, "having the quality of depressing."

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recombinant (adj.)

"formed by recombination," 1942, from recombine + -ant.

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ambi- 
word-forming element meaning "both, on both sides," from Latin ambi- "around, round about" (before vowels amb-, also sometimes reduced to am-, an-), from PIE root *ambhi- "around," which is probably an ablative plural (*ant-bhi "from both sides") of *ant- "front, forehead."
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compliant (adj.)

"yielding to desire, ready to accommodate," 1640s, from comply + -ant.

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