pathologically

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  • Pathologically heavy breasts may cause pain in the woman's upper thoracic area, but this may be due to a poorly-fitting bra.
  • This predisposition he says exists in a large number of persons, and is as well defined pathologically, and as certain to become active, under favoring causes, as any other disease. Cited from Danger, by T. S. Arthur
  • The couple become parents, but their happiness is short-lived when Linda's pathologically jealous father convinces her that Martin is homicidal.
  • Individuals who deviate from such norms are often perceived to be abnormal, or even pathologically deviant.
  • To judge from the goodly patronage, it is pathologically effective as well. Cited from A Midsummer Drive Through The Pyrenees, by Edwin Asa Dix
  • Jung considered the divided psyche normal even though it manifests itself pathologically in neurosis and, more especially, in psychosis.
  • Pathologically softening and inflammation were sometimes evident, but in many instances no obvious aetiology was found.
  • The fact that he's (almost pathologically) passionate about stealing trucks and driving them while at the same time being colour-blind brought him to prison in the first place.
  • One of the men, Clem Hathaway, has brought his friend David Caldwelll because he is pathologically depressed.
  • Political emotions are sometimes pathologically intensified when experienced simultaneously by large numbers of human beings in physical association, but the conditions of political life in England do not often produce this phenomenon. Cited from Human Nature In Politics, by Graham Wallas
  • The main issue faced by unilateral neglect patients is that their frame of visual attention is not only pathologically smaller but also biased towards the right visual hemifield.
  • In addition, findings suggest that emptiness reflects pathologically low positive affect and significant psychiatric distress.
  • At heart she was probably no better and no worse than any other lady of the land, but pathologically she was an unbalanced person, who to-day would be put through a course of treatment, instead of being put to death. Cited from Imperial Purple, Edgar Saltus
  • Not all fetuses that are SGA are pathologically growth restricted and, in fact, may be constitutionally small.
  • I'm pathologically in revolt against such imbecilities as an overcrowded Earth and people being afraid of their jobs and people going crackpot from despair. Cited from Operation: Outer Space, by William Fitzgerald Jenkins
  • Molotov, like Stalin, was pathologically mistrustful of others, and because of it, much crucial information disappeared.
  • It is caused by the growth of a fungus, and pathologically is the reaction of the tissues to the growth.
  • Pathologically, the lesion in MGUS is in fact very similar to that in multiple myeloma.
  • Not only was the translation expensive, but also it sometimes pathologically complicated the proof of the resulting theorem; these problems were circumvented by the new rule.
  • A definitive diagnosis can only be made pathologically on finding abundant glial cytoplasmic inclusions in the central nervous system.
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Meaning of pathologically

  • adverb With respect to pathology
    pathologically interesting results