- 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
Examples from the Web for pathologically
Contemporary Examples of 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
Historical Examples of pathologically
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
Word Origin and History for pathologically
- Of or relating to pathology.
- Relating to or caused by disease.