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Definition of -ITIS
What does -ITIS mean?
- [pathology] Suffix denoting diseases characterized by inflammation, itself often caused by an infection.
- [humorous] Used to form the names of various fictitious afflictions or diseases.
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by Aldo R. Pucci
Can't stand-itis is an extension of the confusion of needing and wanting. Can't stand-itis is another form of underestimating one's ability to tolerate a situation. Can't stand-itis implies a belief that one needs a situation to be different than it is.
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