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  • The Catholic League called Hill "pathologically miserable" and claimed her career was "in decline".
  • In fact, both of them pathologically avoid fighting if a conflict comes up; Barney simply leaves, while Robin gets naked.
  • While the myocardium is the most important muscle structure of the body, it has but recently been studied carefully or well understood clinically or pathologically. Cited from Disturbances of the Heart, by Oliver T. Osborne
  • She tells him that there is mental illness in Lorelei's family and that she is pathologically extravagant.
  • Pitted erythrocytes are unique and have never been seen before physiologically or pathologically.
  • Considered pathologically, it was only the spasmodic protest of a body which the dissectors believed to be ready for operation. Cited from The Development of the European Nations, by John Holland Rose
  • And what, pathologically looked at, is the human body with all its organs, but a mere bagful of petards? Cited from Essays of Robert Louis Stevenson, by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • However, it can also be pathologically altered in, e.g., carbon monoxide poisoning.
  • The incident causes serious problems in Skyler's relationship with Marie, who pathologically denies that she has done anything wrong.
  • In case the will of a rational being is pathologically affected, there may occur a conflict of the maxims with the practical laws recognized by itself. Cited from The Critique of Practical Reason, by Kant
  • Adipocyte cell death observed within pathologically expanding adipose tissue is one of the factors.
  • Blood pressure that is pathologically low is called hypotension, and pressure that is pathologically high is hypertension.
  • He noticed that each autistic movement is caused by pathologically heightened arousal.
  • Due to the loss of independence associated with loss of muscle strength, the threshold at which muscle wasting becomes a disease is different pathologically from person to person.
  • There is also a philosophy, pathologically classified, which denies the sun; this philosophy is called blindness. Cited from Les Miserables, by Victor Hugo
  • That the really insane also sometimes lie pathologically, that is, tell for no normal purpose what they adequately know to be untrue, is a fact not so well understood. Cited from Pathology of Lying, Etc. by William and Mary Healy
  • Clinically and pathologically, leukemia is subdivided into a variety of large groups.
  • Autism's individual symptoms occur in the general population and appear not to associate highly, without a sharp line separating pathologically severe from common traits.
  • Around the time of this marriage, Elias became pathologically addicted to gambling.
  • Although they are both hardened assassins, Wint is pathologically afraid of travel.
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Meaning of pathologically

  • adverb With respect to pathology
    pathologically interesting results