No, the Act categorically moved some of our A-list holidays from their rightful and legitimate places on the calendar to…Monday.
It also seems odd that a project praising the map would be so categorically troubled by GPS.
The Ohio suit claims that the board squelched dissent by categorically turning down pro-camp nominees.
It also categorically rejects the immigration compromise passed by the Senate in June 2013.
No matter how many countries there are with Jews, the existence of a Jewish State is categorically different—and essential.
He passes the gods of the world in review and categorically dismisses each one as a myth.
He then asked her what the contents were, and she described them categorically.
Germany categorically stated that she was unable to give a similar undertaking with reference to the French colonies.
The matter was decided, scientifically and categorically, and no appeal allowed.
I do not—to-morrow I will make an opportunity in which you will have to answer them all categorically—do you hear?
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.