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anaemic in Illness & disability topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishanaemica‧nae‧mic (also anemic American English) /əˈniːmɪk/ adjective  1 MIsuffering from anaemia his anaemic-looking face2 writtenBORING seeming weak and uninteresting an anaemic first novel
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anaemicWithin minutes it's proved the baby is anaemic.One third of the population is clinically anaemic and 80% of children under 5 years of age suffer from malnutrition.By comparison the seemingly safe approach is anaemic and superficial - it does not really engage pupils.It may be used to supplement the action of the indicated remedy in such anaemic or malnourished people.It is commonly asymptomatic in anaemic patients.