-ic

(Greek: a suffix; pertaining to; of the nature of, like; in chemistry, it denotes a higher valence of the element than is expressed by -ous)

antiarthritic
antiballistic
antibiotic
1. Related to antibiosis.
2. Destructive of life.
3. A chemical substance produced by a microorganism that has the capacity, in dilute solutions, to inhibit the growth of or to kill other microorganisms.
4. Opposed to a belief in the presence or the possibility of life.
antiblastic
antibromic
1. A deodorant or any deodorizing agent.
2. Deodorizing.
antic
antichronical
anticlastic (adjective)
Saddle-shaped, or having curvature in two opposing directions.
anticyclonic (adjective), more anticyclonic, most anticyclonic
A reference to an area of high pressure around which winds blow in a clockwise direction in the northern hemisphere.
antidromic
antiemetic
antihydropic
A reference to a medication used to treat the accumulation of fluid in the tissues; that is the results of dropsy or edematous states.
antihygienic
Adverse to health; insalubrious [salubrious, beneficial to or promoting health or well-being].
antilithic
antimnemonic (adjective), more antimnemonic, most antimnemonic
A reference to something that is intentionally hard to remember: Features that make a password better tend to give it an antimnemonic characteristic as well, which is good because a password should be memorized by the owner rather than just have it written down so someone else can see it.