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anorexic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Illness & disability
anorexican‧o‧rex‧ic /ˌænəˈreksɪk◂/ adjective 🔊 🔊 MIsuffering from or relating to anorexiasee thesaurus at thinanorexic noun [countable]
Examples from the Corpus
anorexicAnd I was getting thin, and she thought I was anorexic.Both the anorexic and the mystic are impervious to this simple chain of events.And, in similar circumstances, the anorexic can always starve herself again.The yellow lights on their anorexic columns look mad, like cyclopean triffids, very thin, very tall.In her paradoxical way, the anorexic is facing up to the truth implicit in her own convictions.Other similarities between the suicide and the anorexic seem to me to relate to the individual's reactions to an impinging world.People do not become anorexic simply through slimming too much, nor alcoholic through drinking too much.
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