[path-uh-loj-i-kuh l or path-uh-loj-ik]
- of or relating to pathology.
- caused by or involving disease; morbid.
- caused by or evidencing a mentally disturbed condition: a pathological hoarder.
- dealing with diseases: a pathological casebook.
Origin of pathological
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Examples from the Web for pathologically
Their earthly needs are tended to by Mrs Doyle, the downtrodden, eccentric and pathologically dedicated housekeeper.Father Ted: Comedy as Liberation
March 8, 2013
Ever the pathologically envious, the citizens of CEE bathed in common misery.After the Rain
Pathologically or otherwise, I've been a case since before I started the blood tests.Mate in Two Moves
It was touch and go with me for days, I am told; yet, pathologically, I was a hale man.Brood of the Witch-Queen
This, pathologically, was all that was required: but psychologically the job was just begun.The Land of Footprints
Stewart Edward White
Her fathers confession was pathologically caused, her mothers by her desire for absolution.Criminal Psychology
less commonly pathologic
- of or relating to pathology
- relating to, involving, or caused by disease
- informal compulsively motivateda pathological liar
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Word Origin and History for pathologically
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- Of or relating to pathology.
- Relating to or caused by disease.
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