GLOSSARY 313 Atonic: Without vocal sound or voice; surd. Atrophy: A wasting away; degeneration. Attendant: Accompanying. Attest: To bear witness; certify, Audible: Capable of being heard. Audition: Hearing. Audito-kinaesthetic: See footnote i, voL i, p. 174. Audito-moteur: One whose verbal imagery is both auditory and- motor. Auditor: A hearer; a listener. Auditory: Relating to hearing. Auditory-motor: Both auditory and motor. Augment: To increase. Aural: Relating to the ear; relating to hearing. Automatism: Automatic action. — An involuntary or automatic movement. Automaton: An object that moves automatically and without thought. Autopsy: A post-mortem examination; inspection of a body after death. Auto-suggestion: Self-hypnotism. Auxiliary: An aid; an accessory; something employed to assist. Aversion: Dislike; disgust. Avouch: To declare; affirm; acknowledge; confess. Balderdash: Nonsense. Banal: Commonplace; trivial. Baton: A staff used by the conductor of an orchestra. Belladonna: A drug; a medicine. Biceps: The large muscle in the forepart of the upper arm. Bi-convex: Convex on both sides; bulging on both sides. Bicuspids: The fourth and fifth teeth counting from the middle of the jaw.