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ATROPHY

'ATROPHY' is a 7 letter word starting with A and ending with Y
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Crossword clues for 'ATROPHY'

ClueAnswer
Waste away, as muscles (7)ATROPHY
Physical deterioration (7)ATROPHY

Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for ATROPHY

3 letter words

PIP

4 letter words

AGUE - FLUX - PAIN - RASH - RUIN - SIGN - SORE

5 letter words

APNEA - CHILL - COLIC - DECAY - EDEMA - FEVER - RHEUM - SHOCK - SIGNS - SPASM - TABES - TUMOR - WASTE

6 letter words

ANEMIA - ANOXIA - ASTHMA - ATAXIA - BLIGHT - CHILLS - DEFECT - DROPSY - DRYING - GROWTH - MALADY - MORBUS - NAUSEA - THE PIP - TUMOUR

7 letter words

ABSCESS - AILMENT - ALLERGY - ANAEMIA - ATROPHY - CACHEXY - CONSUME - DECLINE - DISEASE - DYSPNEA - ENDEMIC - FATIGUE - HYDROPS - ICTERUS - ILLNESS - ITCHING - LUMBAGO - MALAISE - SEARING - SEIZURE - SYMPTOM - VERTIGO - WASTAGE - WASTING - WILTING

8 letter words

BACKACHE - BLEEDING - CACHEXIA - COUGHING - CYANOSIS - DIARRHEA - DISORDER - DOWNFALL - DRYING UP - EMACIATE - FAINTING - HANDICAP - INSOMNIA - JAUNDICE - MARASMUS - NECROSIS - PARCHING - PINE AWAY - PRURITUS - SICKNESS - SNEEZING - SYMPTOMS - SYNDROME - THINNING - VOMITING

9 letter words

AFFECTION - ANKYLOSIS - COMPLAINT - CONDITION - DECADENCE - DEFORMITY - DISTEMPER - DIZZINESS - DOWNGRADE - DYSENTERY - DYSPEPSIA - INFIRMITY - MORBIDITY - PARALYSIS - PATHOLOGY - ROCKINESS - RUN TO SEED - SCLEROSIS - SEEDINESS - SHRINKAGE - SHRINKING - WASTE AWAY - WITHERING

10 letter words

AFFLICTION - BLENNORHEA - CONVULSION - DECLENSION - DEGENERACY - DEVOLUTION - DISABILITY - EMACIATION - HEMORRHAGE - RUN TO WASTE - SHRIVELING - WITHER AWAY

11 letter words

ABNORMALITY - ATTENUATION - BIRTH DEFECT - CONSUME AWAY - CONSUMPTION - DECLINATION - DRIBBLE AWAY - EMACERATION - HAEMORRHAGE - HYPOTENSION - INDIGESTION - MARCESCENCE - SANFORIZING - SICKISHNESS - TACHYCARDIA - WASTING AWAY - WORM DISEASE

12 letter words

ACUTE DISEASE - ASPHYXIATION - COMPLICATION - CONSTIPATION - DEGENERATION - FIBRILLATION - HYPERTENSION - INFLAMMATION - PLANT DISEASE - PRESHRINKAGE - SKIN ERUPTION - SYMPTOMOLOGY - UPSET STOMACH - VIRUS DISEASE

13 letter words

DETERIORATION - FUNGUS DISEASE - INDISPOSITION

14 letter words

CHRONIC DISEASE - ENDEMIC DISEASE - GENETIC DISEASE - NASAL DISCHARGE - ORGANIC DISEASE - SYMPTOMATOLOGY - WASTING DISEASE

15 letter words

ALLERGIC DISEASE - EPIDEMIC DISEASE - MUSCULAR DISEASE - PANDEMIC DISEASE

16 letter words

BACTERIAL DISEASE - CONGENITAL DEFECT - ENDOCRINE DISEASE - LABORED BREATHING - LOW BLOOD PRESSURE - PROTOZOAN DISEASE - SECONDARY DISEASE

17 letter words

DEFICIENCY DISEASE - FUNCTIONAL DISEASE - HEREDITARY DISEASE - HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE - IATROGENIC DISEASE - INFECTIOUS DISEASE - UROGENITAL DISEASE

18 letter words

CIRCULATORY DISEASE - NUTRITIONAL DISEASE - RESPIRATORY DISEASE

19 letter words

DEGENERATIVE DISEASE - NEUROLOGICAL DISEASE - OCCUPATIONAL DISEASE

20 letter words

PSYCHOSOMATIC DISEASE

21 letter words

CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE - PATHOLOGICAL CONDITION

23 letter words

GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE

Definition of atrophy

  • undergo atrophy; "Muscles that are not used will atrophy"
  • any weakening or degeneration (especially through lack of use)
  • a decrease in size of an organ caused by disease or disuse



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