Etymology
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sclerotic (adj.)

early 15c., "pertaining to sclerosis," from medical Latin scleroticus, from Greek skleroun (see sclerosis). Figurative meaning "unchanging, rigid" is from 1961.

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Definitions of sclerotic

sclerotic (adj.)
relating to or having sclerosis; hardened;
a sclerotic patient
Synonyms: sclerosed
sclerotic (adj.)
of or relating to the sclera of the eyeball;
sclerotic tissue
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