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- adv. in the manner of an epidemic
- adv. regarding epidemics
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an epidemic manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an epidemic manner.
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How are they doing what they are doing, especially when the overall health of our country has become epidemically bad?
The disease spreads epidemically across the globe until the species becomes greater in number than Homo sapiens.
But suddenly — and this is the great fear — the disease can flare epidemically — and tens of thousands cry, 'Kill the Jew' — while the other millions stand passively by.
Ophthalmies occur of a humid character, but not of a serious nature, and of short duration, unless they attack epidemically from the change of the seasons.
The diseases which prevail epidemically with them, are pleurisies, and those which are called acute diseases.
Most of these diseases can spread epidemically in concentrated populations.
Spread by the bites of various ticks and therefore tends to present sporadically rather than epidemically.
Beriberi is a disease prevalent, epidemically, in tropical and subtropical regions of Eastern
Or were Elssler epidemically carried off, on the same day with the Pope, the
It prevails epidemically, and after an active epidemic it may remain in the vicinity for a number of years.