View synonyms for systematically


[ sis-tuh-mat-ik-lee ]


  1. in a focused, consistent, and methodical way:

    The report will help me analyze deficiencies within the company and systematically implement action plans to address them over time.

    Europol's Chief of Staff said that children are being systematically targeted for recruitment by criminal gangs.

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Other Words From

  • in·ter·sys·tem·at·i·cal·ly adverb
  • non·sys·tem·at·i·cal·ly adverb
  • o·ver·sys·tem·at·i·cal·ly adverb
  • pre·sys·tem·at·i·cal·ly adverb
  • qua·si-sys·tem·at·i·cal·ly adverb
  • un·sys·tem·at·i·cal·ly adverb
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Word History and Origins

Origin of systematically1

First recorded in 1640–50; systematic ( def ) + -ally ( def )
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Example Sentences

However, companies have systematically underinvested in green energy and technology relative to the amount that would be required to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement.

Survey data quality suffers when people are systematically undercounted.

From Fortune

The paper claims that “campaigns are systematically, but intimately, shifting their messaging to more private spaces than before”.

Using CRISPR, one group systematically tested these vulnerable viral proteins to see which ones destroyed the virus’ ability to replicate.

As an immigrant from Nigeria and seeing how our leaders have systematically destroyed the nation, that is what is happening in America today.

From Ozy

And I systematically went about doing that in the comfort of a four-year liberal arts education, and it was heaven.

The liberal agenda in the United States is systematically working to keep white people down, Freeman explained.

The Tudors who succeeded Richard to the throne reinforced their own legitimacy by setting out systematically to trash him.

It will have at least another three or four arrests by the end of the year, they are going systematically through it.

The market is systematically failing in a time when there seem to be no alternatives to capitalism.

The freckle-faced girl began systematically to fill up the hollow with which she was accredited.

Everybody labouring with a will, and systematically, the work went on rapidly, and the chair assumed gigantic proportions.

It was not seen again, and still more beams winked on, began to search, systematically quartering the sky.

The progeny were pushed with a full supply of nutritious food, and systematically brought to early maturity.

These trees are carefully and systematically trained, and they are trained so as to accomplish certain results.


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