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Synonyms for endemic

existing, born, or produced in a land or region

Synonyms for endemic

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

Related Words

a plant that is native to a certain limited area

of or relating to a disease (or anything resembling a disease) constantly present to greater or lesser extent in a particular locality

Synonyms

native to or confined to a certain region

originating where it is found

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563, 571 (2009) (extensively evaluating the effect of corruption on European Union aid from its Structural Fund and concluding that corruption is so distortive to decisions regarding that aid that endemically corrupt countries are actually worse off after receiving it).
Viral hepatitis occurs endemically and sporadically throughout the world, depending on the endemicity of infection.
In his world, the police force was endemically corrupt and violent, produced pornography and operated its own death squad.
18,19) The disease occurs seasonally (April through November) and endemically in the most part of the country, usually below 2000 meters above sea level, along river valleys, in rice farmland, near water reservoirs.
With its recent presidential elections and governmental restructuring, Russia has an opportunity to change the resurgent yet retrograde perception of its economy, and the stain of an endemically corrupt bureaucracy that cannot resist clamping down on the very free enterprise system it rhetorically supports--and seemingly needs to expand its economy outside the commodities sectors.
For example, although blackfoot disease and consequent gangrene and amputation have been documented in areas of endemically high As in drinking water in Taiwan and among German vintners exposed via ingestion of arsenical pesticide-contaminated wine, there is low occurrence of these effects in populations exposed to comparable levels of As in drinking water in several Latin American countries.
They conclude 'that the effects of television campaigning and the role of money in the political process' (together with endemically negative reporting) produces a 'distancing effect that accentuates populist mistrust of political elites'.
who denounced the United States as endemically racist, murderous and corrupt.
National boundaries and the endemically societies they circumscribe have become increasingly porous.
Given a proper vote, we'd cheerfully dump the whole endemically corrupt organisation into the dustbin of history.
However, in the regions where these mushrooms are found endemically, hunters still collect them from the wild for consumption and local commercialization.
pylori infection in endemically afflicted populations.
Some Banff residents, led by the Crag and Canyon newspaper, expressed their concerns over the automobile; in particular, critics depicted its users and owners as endemically law-breakers.
Those who thrive on the perception of their own victimization as a means of evacuating inner wretchedness are only outraged when the enemy disappears or displays some form of human compassion that defies his image as endemically evil.
In addition to reducing our footprint and formulating a viable long-term energy strategy that minimizes American vulnerability to the vicissitudes of this endemically turbulent region, as an offshore balancer, the United States would need to rethink its relationship with Israel.