- symptomatic + -ally (Wiktionary)
“A study of 7,114 adolescents ages 10 to 14 showed that those who ate the least-healthy diets were 79 percent more likely to be symptomatically depressed, compared to those with the healthiest diets.”
“We didn't have enough pace in our side, we couldn't get up with the centre-forward and symptomatically we couldn't play out from the back or start an attack.”
“In his inability to construct a coherent novel Cheever was similar to that other great storyteller, Chekhov, who worked for two years on a never-completed novel called, symptomatically, "Stories from the Lives of My Friends.”
“If we're on the right track, the patient generally improves, either symptomatically or in his or her ability to take on certain emotional and developmental challenges.”
“Finally, in this sense, watching "I'm Still Here" as a fake documentary that intentionally reveals certain bodily clues to verify that it is not real, begs this feminist viewer to consider what it symptomatically disappears, what it doesn't show without knowing.”
“Moreover, as the figure that orchestrates this end in the same way that the Trinity had done in 1811, magnetic sleep symptomatically embodies the very essence of transcendental idealism as a philosophy that produces itself inside itself through a hypnotism of itself, thus sidestepping the labour of the negative.”
“Such latencies compel us to read the evidence of Romanticism always symptomatically rather than definitively.”
“In this sense, I'm Still Here intentionally verifies its unreality through certain bodily clues, but begs this feminist viewer to consider what it symptomatically disappears, what it doesn't show without knowing.”
“Let me here contrast two volumes of collected essays that take up precisely this question — though, symptomatically, they largely ignore global religion:”
“He was treated symptomatically thereafter, taking antibiotics to address regular bouts of fever.”
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