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  • In others at high risk but not having an acute event the evidence is weak.
  • For it is now generally admitted that war is nothing but economic competition in its acutest form. Cited from The Emancipation of Massachusetts, by Brooks Adams
  • The issue with the national leaders has reached its acutest stage. Cited from Quiet Talks on Prayer, by S. D. (Samuel Dickey) Gordon
  • And that very thing many of our acutest minds are to-day doing. Cited from The Abominations of Modern Society, by Rev. T. De Witt Talmage
  • The majority system of election brings out these differences in their acutest form. Cited from Proportional Representation, by John H. Humphreys
  • The problems are especially acute in some northern regions of France.
  • A separately owned and operated long-term acute care hospital is located at the facility.
  • Without them the acutest critic will fail to give any sound account of a human character. Cited from The Jesus of History, by T. R. Glover
  • He obviously gets a good deal of pleasure even out of his acutest pain. Cited from Old and New Masters, by Robert Lynd
  • The terms refer to acute medical problems rather than ones that develop after a prolonged period.
  • Hospitals and acute care facilities, including long term complex care, is typically directly funded.
  • It was no idle vision, for after three days the acute pain of his injury brought his end.
  • Civil patients are those who are admitted due to an acute need for psychiatric care.
  • They believe this situation is particularly acute for boys because of their delay in maturity.
  • Samples should be taken during an acute attack, otherwise a false negative result may occur.
  • Applicable conditions include acute back or neck pain, or pain after an injury.
  • In his last years, he was an acute sufferer and lived much in retirement.
  • The government was still very hostile but the community faced other acute challenges as well.
  • Acute effects while under the influence can include both euphoria and anxiety.
  • Pain can be severe and can, in some cases, be both acute and chronic in nature.
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Words starting with acute

Meaning of acute

  • adjective Having or experiencing a rapid onset and short but severe course
    acute appendicitis, the acute phase of the illness, acute patients
  • adjective Of an angle; less than 90 degrees