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Definition of Abstinently

Abstinently
Abstinently Ab"sti*nent*ly, adv. With abstinence.

Meaning of Abstinently from wikipedia

- Abstinence is a self-enforced restraint from indulging in bodily activities that are widely experienced as giving pleasure. Most frequently, the term refers...
- of resistances ... The feeling of power has so far mounted highest in abstinent priests and hermits" (quoted by Walter Kaufman in his cl****ic, Nietzsche:...
- varenicline successfully helps one of every 11 people who smoke remain abstinent from tobacco at six months. Varenicline is used to help people stop smoking...
- alcohol-related causes. Eight others were still drinking excessively, six were abstinent but in most cases after multiple hospitalizations, and one was drinking...
- as an option to experience **** while still, in their minds, remaining abstinent". Upton et al. stated, "It is possible that individuals who engage in...
- -tin- tenu- -tinu- tent- hold, keep abstain, abstention, abstinence, abstinent, appertain, appertinent, appurtenance, appurtenant, contain, content,...
- period of intoxication, but was not evident in studies where subjects were abstinent for more than 25 days. Few high quality studies have been performed on...
- days at the clinic, a time which marked the first time he was completely abstinent from drugs since he was eleven years old. After Kiedis completed his stint...
- or polyamorous, and, depending on the definition of ****ual practice, abstinent or autoerotic (including ****ion). Additionally, different religious...
- human po****tions, as exercise reduces withdrawal symptoms and relapse in abstinent smokers (Daniel et al., 2006; Prochaska et al., 2008), and one drug recovery...
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