Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as symptomatology.

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  • noun informal symptomatology

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Examples

  • Don't get me wrong, it's not a nocturnal/sleep pattern thing for me; or goth symptomology for that matter.

    "Our blood is gold; nothing to fear."

  • Because contemporary conceptions of disease emphasized symptomology, people recognized that even minor symptoms could initiate a major decline.

    Pestilence and Headcolds: Encountering Illness in Colonial Mexico

  • So, we can differentiate one or the other in the symptomology, but absolutely we cannot be sure.

    CNN Transcript Oct 22, 2009

  • (The financial press is not looking for the root causes so much, but seeing the symptomology rather well).

    Canada's foreign policy manipulation - and yes, IT can happen here

  • So, to share that common pysical experience, with family and friends and now, being alone, I can only say that I am very sorry and I dunno, if you want we can "hang" and be friends, at some point, after the processing, I don't know how close the symptomology is, and I don't know if you want to get close to someone in that disease related way again.

    Some freaky genetic news which stikes close to home...twice

  • She switched into a program that would certify her as a nurse-midwife, that encouraged her to tap into the emotional health of a mother-to-be instead of just her symptomology.

    Nineteen Minutes

  • She switched into a program that would certify her as a nurse-midwife, that encouraged her to tap into the emotional health of a mother-to-be instead of just her symptomology.

    Nineteen Minutes

  • This is classic CF symptomology-- persistent lurking lung and sinus and ear bacteria becoming more and more antibiotic- resistant and hiding semi- imperviously in the mucus.

    "Sicker than a Doorknob"

  • George W. Bush only serves to be the most visible, far-reaching, and worst offender; allowing us to focus on the symptomology to better define the multiple system failures that will result in the irreversible death of the Republican Party.

    Irreversible Death - the end of the Republican Party - Part 1

  • Rhazes, Haly Abbas, and Avicenna included discussions of a variety of childhood pathologies, discussing symptomology, prognosis, and cures. 137 Most important, the quality of milk was a focus of concern in three independent treatises that dealt exclusively with pediatric illnesses.

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

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