from The Century Dictionary.
- Relating to or affected with arteriosclerosis.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective of or pertaining to arteriosclerosis.
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- adjective Of, pertaining to, or caused by
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- adjective affected by arteriosclerosis
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It was arteriosclerotic atrophy of the brain—a form of dementia.
When you said you didn't apply to grad programs in philosophy because of a left wing bias, this is an ad hominem argument against those arteriosclerotic minds who believe such things.
Punk rock was many things, but it was also a howl of protest against a repressive, arteriosclerotic society ripe for renovation.
A spokesman for the Medical Examiner told Gang Land last week that Nastasa died from natural causes, specifically "hyperactive and arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease."
In other words, $ 87 billion in "new" Medicaid money was "allocated" in a way that just reinforced an arteriosclerotic health industry that out rightly --- blatantly --- acts in ways that injure the nation's overall health.
According to the doctors who examined him later, he had been killed by arteriosclerotic heart disease, a hardening and narrowing of the blood vessels that supply blood and oxygen to the heart.
In my opinion, Wolf, the release of the finding of hypertensive and arteriosclerotic-cardiovascular (ph) disease within the day or so after the autopsy was premature.
"We seem to be living in a time of arteriosclerotic orthodoxy," Mr. Buckley said.
As the years progress, whip-smart little fuckwits who are presently stealing crayons from Lucy at toddler group will grow up to worship GWB and perhaps even an aging, corpulent, arteriosclerotic Rove just out of spite.
Even driving on the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway -- one of the most arteriosclerotic of the nation's thoroughfares -- I feel so invulnerable that only when I look down at the speedometer do I realize I'm going 90mph.