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Antonym: exoticSimilar words: pandemicacademicepidemicindependentindependencebe independent ofdemiseanemicMeaning: [en'demɪk]  n. 1. a disease that is constantly present to a greater or lesser degree in people of a certain class or in people living in a particular location 2. a plant that is native to a certain limited area. adj. 1. of or relating to a disease (or anything resembling a disease) constantly present to greater or lesser extent in a particular locality 2. native to or confined to a certain region 3. originating where it is found. 
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1. Polio was then endemic among children my age.
2. He said that racism is endemic in this country.
3. Malaria is endemic in many of the hotter regions of the world.
4. Violent crime is now endemic in parts of Chicago.
5. Malaria is endemic in many hot countries.
6. Malaria is endemic in / to many hot countries.
7. Corruption is endemic in the system.
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8. Street crime is virtually endemic in large cities.
9. The disease is endemic among British sheep/to many British flocks.
10. There is endemic racism/poverty/violence in many of the country's cities.
11. The chest disease is endemic among miners in this area.
12. But they would not cure the endemic unemployment problem.
13. Cholera was endemic in Mexico in the 19th century.
14. These issues are endemic in most societies.
15. Endemic diseases carried away additional vast numbers of people.
16. Shape dissatisfaction, endemic to young women in western culture, elicits restrictive dieting that increases the vulnerability to eating disorders.
17. Salmonella is endemic in chickens and their eggs because the broiler system delivers cheaper poultry products.
18. Where Ancylostoma is also endemic, differential diagnosis may require larval culture although the treatment is similar.
19. Sixty percent of these are endemic to just these islands.
20. This referral to morality, Dworkin argues, is endemic to all law.
21. He also reported that racial discrimination was endemic in the schools of employees' children.
22. Corruption is endemic, and there is a widely held suspicion that the police and army are behind some crimes.
23. The army, where profiteering and corruption was endemic, had profitable interests to protect, especially its involvement in drug trafficking.
24. Blaming individuals for failings endemic to the organization was a necessary survival strategy.
25. The legacy of the Duvalierist years included endemic corruption and vast ecological damage.
26. It describes a possibility, endemic to the social form of ideology, that determination is not total and mechanistic.
27. Like Ellsworth and John, she suffered from the kind of handicaps endemic in the inner city.
28. Angleside is the black ghetto of Rummidge, where youth unemployment is eighty percent and rioting endemic.
29. Many of the diatom species and even more of the dinoflagellates are endemic to antarctic waters.
30. Therefore many local forms have evolved, giving rise to the predominance of endemic species within the genus Cryptocoryne.
More similar words: pandemicacademicepidemicindependentindependencebe independent ofdemiseanemicchemicalsemicolondeclaration of independencecondemncondemnedreminderdemilitarized zonecondemnationendedgendersenderrendertenderfenderoffendedslenderoffendervendettadefenderendeavorextendedendeavour
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