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- adv. In a pathological manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a pathologic manner; as regards pathology.
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- adv. with respect to pathology
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She considered herself what they call pathologically shy, which was one reason she liked working at Shirl's.
A God who acts pathologically is someone who needs to be appeased, for you never know when it'll be you.
There must be something called a pathologically lying politician, a person who continually lies for political gain, is incapable of discerning the lie from the truth, and even if he were he'd keep the lie if it got him votes.
Harris Interactive Poll released in April 2007 showed that 8. 5\% of youth gamers in the United States could be "classified as pathologically or clinically addicted to playing video games."
TGGP, the "pathologically" in your conclusion doesn't follow.
A Harris Interactive poll released in April 2007 found that 8. 5\% of "youth gamers" in the United States could be "classified as pathologically or clinically 'addicted' to playing video games, according to
One eco-columnist says the conference might generate ideas for dealing with those who are 'pathologically' opposed to the environmental movement (pathology, according to my OED, is the study of 'morbid or abnormal mental or moral conditions') (2).
Nearly 9 \% of American children are "pathologically" addicted to computer gaming,
'pathologically' opposed to the environmental movement (pathology, according to my OED, is the study of 'morbid or abnormal mental or moral conditions') (2).
For deteriorate 7, a co-creator of Seinfeld motionless it was eventually time to reunite a squad from his old, pathologically worshiped NBC sitcom, who up until now had resisted a urge to re-emerge.