categorical "ahas" like Munayyer's, implicitly saying, "you see, I told you the Zionist project was worthless" don't help.
The appeal of Kahanism, like all kinds of racism and fascism, lies in its simplicity and categorical consistency.
Charlene calls reports she tried to flee Monaco 'categorical lies'
Obviously, as a Democratic candidate for governor, he has shifted away from this categorical support for pro-gun measures.
He is a writing school of one, and Made to Break ushers his literary energies into categorical existence.
Also, in its affirmative and categorical forms it has already been made to yield two other categories.
Here steps in the "categorical imperative" with a vengeance.
The report of the judiciary committee was not acted upon, and thus the Senate avoided a categorical decision.
We hardly know what to say, in answer to this categorical query.
"She wus a mighty good wife," said Alston, without committing himself by a categorical answer.
1590s, as a term in logic, "unqualified, asserting absolutely," from Late Latin categoricus, from Greek kategorikos "accusatory, affirmative, categorical," from kategoria (see category). General sense of "explicit, unconditional" is from 1610s. Categorical imperative, from the philosophy of Kant, first recorded 1827. Related: Categorically.