endemic[ en-dem-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF endemic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENDEMIC
Endemic: occurring normally where found: native, not introduced.
These are the means resorted to in regions where brigandage is endemic.
One species and its two subspecies are endemic to the Solomons.
The first death from fever, or any other endemic, furnishes him with a pretext.
As was to be expected, scurvy occurred most often in Russia, where it is endemic.
The prevention of large-scale dislocations of endemic populations?
He also showed that the entozoon was the cause of the hmaturia known to be endemic at the Cape.
No country or climate is exempt, yet there is no locality in which it is endemic.
It sometimes occurs in Derbyshire, and is endemic in the Alps and several other mountainous districts.
Such an epidemic in any country is a proof that the cholera is not endemic there.