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/del'i tear"ee euhs/, adj.
1. injurious to health: deleterious gases.
2. harmful; injurious: deleterious influences.
[1635-45; < Gk deletérios destructive, adj. deriv. of deletér destroyer, equiv. to dele- var. s. of deleîsthai to hurt, injure + -ter agent suffix + -ios adj. suffix; see -IOUS]
Syn. 2. pernicious, hurtful, destructive; noxious.
Ant. 2. beneficial.

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