Adjectives for release

Adjectives For Release

The list of adjectives most often used to describe release. Slow release, immediate release, induced release ... find describing words for "release".

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Adjectives most often used with release

(ordered by popularity)


slow

immediate

induced

histamine

sustained

controlled

early

emotional

sudden

final

quick

subsequent

initial

extended

rapid

spontaneous

sexual

conditional

theatrical

norepinephrine

latest

complete

pre

dependent

temporary

accidental

lateral

noradrenaline

mediated

pulsatile

official

endogenous

surgical

and

happy

gradual

excessive

massive

unconditional

eventual

pituitary

post

continuous

partial

future

evoked

enhanced

acetylcholine

net

speedy

simultaneous

timed

commercial

australian

premature

day

arachidonic

quantal

pretrial

time

ultimate

consequent

welcome

presynaptic

explosive

selective

stimulating

deliberate

delayed

intracellular

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