analeptic /ˌanəˈlɛptɪk / ‹Medicine›


I. adjective

(chiefly of a drug) tending to restore a person’s health or strength; restorative.
II. noun

1. a restorative drug.
2. a drug that stimulates the central nervous system.
– origin late 16th cent.: via late Latin from Greek analēptikos ‘restorative’.

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