Definitions for "Synergist"
Substance, which, while formally inactive or weakly active, can significantly enhance the activity of the active ingredient in a formulation.
An ingredient that, by its nature, multiplies the effectiveness of the product. For example, an insecticide plus a synergist does not add up as I + 1 = 2, but rather 1 + 1 = 4 or perhaps 8, when property balanced.
a non-toxic chemical in an insecticide which increases the potency of that insecticide when the two are mixed. See synergism.
Keywords:  mover, prime, ergon, hence, muscle
A remedy which has an action similar to that of another remedy, and hence increases the efficiency of that remedy when combined with it.
Greek syn = with, and ergon = work; hence a muscle which cooperates with others in producing a given movement.
a muscle that assists the prime mover by reducing undesired action or unnecessary movement
Keywords:  augments, drug, activity, another
a drug that augments the activity of another drug
Keywords:  doctrine, holds, one
One who holds the doctrine of synergism.