Definition of anosmic in English:

anosmic

adjective

Medicine
  • See anosmia

    • ‘Their siblings raised in a loft on the roof of the Institute, four stories above, when made anosmic neither oriented nor homed.’
    • ‘‘These people are blind and anosmic,’ Lupe grumbled.’
    • ‘The Wiltschkos showed that pigeons raised without free access to ambient odors are not disoriented when anosmic while their siblings raised with free access to the prevailing wind were disoriented.’
    • ‘Furthermore, the magnitude of the mutational effect of smi 97B was sexually dimorphic; even at high odorant concentrations, males were hyposmic, while females were anosmic.’