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The variant, first seen in Britain, is significantly more transmissible than the older variants.

Other times, they’re beneficial to the virus in some way, such as by making it more transmissible.

We’re also staring down this issue of these variants which are more transmissible, and so bringing a lot of people from all over the country together for an event like this has some risk.

Meanwhile, the variants, which are suspected to be more transmissible, provide new cause for concern if people are gathering with others.

It comes as more cases of the highly transmissible variants first found in South Africa and the United Kingdom are being detected.

Numbers of cases have gone down slightly this summer, but this tends to be a time when the virus is naturally less transmissible.

These little round viruses, though, have proven all too hardy and extremely transmissible.

Many physicians hold that in the tertiary stage the disease is not transmissible, but that statement is not true.

We have abundant evidence to show that the personal totem is transmissible and hereditable.

Likewise, abnormal attributes of individual parents are less transmissible than the general characteristics of the family.

Sex is not a transmissible attribute inherited directly from the parents.

But only such changes are transmissible to future generations as have resulted from modifications arising in the idioplasm.


On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to transmissible, such as: deadly, endemic, infectious, poisonous, spreading, and catching.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.