But the most important thing to note, says Monroe, is that only those who are symptomatic are contagious.
That is why, like Lynndie England, Bradley Manning is symptomatic of a larger problem.
When, in fact, they might be a symptomatic reaction to your own dramatic inefficiency.
The spat may be symptomatic of mutual suspicion since the Arab Spring.
The CIA, he says, could “render” (i.e., kidnap) him at any time, which is highly unlikely but not symptomatic of the paranoid.
Sir Bale's qualms were symptomatic of something a little less sublime and more selfish than conscience.
The history of the universe is symptomatic, and life is mnemonical.
Aphthous stomatitis may be either idiopathic or symptomatic, discrete or confluent.
Icterus, symptomatic of the affection, has not been observed.
The former is symptomatic of health and strength, the latter of debility and disease.
symptomatic symp·to·mat·ic (sĭm'tə-māt'ĭk, sĭmp'-)
Of, relating to, or based on symptoms.
Constituting a symptom, as of a disease.