One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Exhibiting, involving, or relating to a tendency to seek out or maximize the impact of a stimulus. Opposed to abient.See also abient
1930s; earliest use found in Child Study. From classical Latin adient-, adiens, present participle of adīre to approach from ad- + īre to go.
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