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absorbefacient (s) (noun), absorbefacients (pl)
1. That which causes or takes something in by sucking it up and incorporating it into something: The new sponge is a great absorbefacient to use when cleaning the windows.
2. An agent that causes the soaking up or the taking in of liquids by solids: Adding the right kind of absorbefacient to the spill on the garage floor made it easier to clean up the mess.
absorbefacient (adjective); more absorbefacient, most absorbefacient
A reference to something that induces, promotes, or causes the passage of substances across and into tissues: In the medical laboratory, Linda was studying the absorbefacient processes of digested food molecules into intestinal cells and the passage of liquids into kidney tubules.
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