anaclitic /ˌanəˈklɪtɪk/

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I. adjective


[Psychoanalysis] relating to or characterized by a strong emotional dependence on another or others

anaclitic depression.
– origin 1920s: from Greek anaklitos ‘for reclining’, from anaklinein ‘recline’.

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