verb (used with object), di·ag·nosed, di·ag·nos·ing.
verb (used without object), di·ag·nosed, di·ag·nos·ing.
Origin of diagnose
Examples from the Web for diagnosed
A single father, he had been living abroad and returned when his mother was diagnosed with cancer.
What happens when someone with an eating disorder history is diagnosed with high cholesterol?
I was, she diagnosed, half joking and half horrified, a “digital hoarder.”
When I was first diagnosed with cancer I made the decision to share my story with strangers.
As I described in an article over the summer when the fatal case in China was diagnosed, plague has three distinct clinical forms.
She languished in bed and he diagnosed her illness as resulting from the fact that she was "hidebound."A Backward Glance at Eighty|Charles A. Murdock
Despite my experience with Tim Grogan, I diagnosed the condition of these men as being entirely due to strong drink.From the Bottom Up|Alexander Irvine
Well, he has not diagnosed the case satisfactorily, but he says I have some sort of lung trouble.The Blue Grass Seminary Girls' Vacation Adventures|Carolyn Judson Burnett
At last specialists from Boston arrived and it was diagnosed that I was suffering from an aggravated attack of appendicitis.Frenzied Finance|Thomas W. Lawson
In that concrete illustration, Turgenev diagnosed the weakness of naturalism.Essays on Russian Novelists|William Lyon Phelps
British Dictionary definitions for diagnosed
Word Origin and History for diagnosed
1861, back-formation from diagnosis. Related: Diagnosed; diagnosing.