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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
ca•chex•i•akəˈkɛk si ə; -si(n.)
general ill health with emaciation, usu. occurring in association with a disease.
Origin of cachexia:
1535–45; < LL < Gk, =kak(ós) bad +héx(is) condition
relating to or having the symptoms of cachexia
Having cachexia; wasting away from a disease or chronic illness.
alt. of Cachectical
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