Definitions

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  • adv. In a forensic manner
  • adv. Regarding forensics, or forensic science

Etymologies

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Examples

  • One chap had AC on the ropes but changed tack at precisely the wrong juncture because he was "forensically" (read moronically) following a diferent line if inquiry and failed to spot the opening.

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • However, I don't know what to make of her claims that Ivins was diagnosed "forensically" what ever the hell that means as being a sociopath and a homicidal killer, that he attempted to murder and poison people and that he plots revenge killings.

    Discussing the media's case for and against Bruce Ivins (Part 3)

  • Earlier he said that he would "forensically" investigate the Tory non-dom plans and that he understood the figures were wrong.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • He has again said that the figures are wrong, even though earlier he said he still had to "forensically" analyse it.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • One of the most popular is LoJack, whose service includes "forensically" mining a stolen laptop "to determine who has your computer."

    Chicagoist

  • As policies are "forensically" examined, Mr Andrews told the Herald Sun he would ask Labor MPs and the party faithful to hit the streets in Melbourne's suburbs to listen to people who had dumped them from office.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • His intimate knowledge of this England side was presented as a decisive advantage for India before the series, but there has been no sense of English weaknesses being forensically explored, just the sight of India being overpowered on almost a daily basis.

    Tim Bresnan delivers so-so verdict and makes India coach think again

  • It's nice to know that, at least forensically, Dorian is still alive.

    Robin Strasser Says Goodbye to One Life to Live

  • The emails, and other computer-based documents, were forensically retrieved from computer disks Johnson provided to USADA in late October or early November 2008.

    USADA: O’Neill a key player in O’Bee doping case

  • Scotland Yard said the woman was arrested on suspicion of possession of a "very small amount of a substance" that was being forensically examined.

    Olympic 2012 site in London sees security guard arrested for explosives

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