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Comatose vs. Comatic

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Comatoseadjective

In a coma: unconscious.

‘the patient was comatose for 2 weeks before finally passing away.’;

Comaticadjective

(optics) Of or pertaining to coma (the distortion of a lens).

Comatoseadjective

(informal) Drowsy or lethargic.

Comaticadjective

(astronomy) Of or pertaining to the coma of a comet.

Comatoseadjective

(informal) Fast asleep.

‘She was lying comatose on the sofa.’;

Comatoseadjective

Relating to, or resembling, coma; drowsy; lethargic; as, comatose sleep; comatose fever.

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Comatoseadjective

relating to or associated with a coma;

‘comatose breathing’; ‘comatose state’;

Comatoseadjective

in a state of deep and usually prolonged unconsciousness; unable to respond to external stimuli;

‘a comatose patient’;

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