Origin of thematic
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Examples from the Web for thematically
This is a thematically coherent collection of well-crafted pop songs, expertly played by accomplished musicians.U2 Generously Gives Us a Lousy Album, Sucks at the Corporate Teat
September 13, 2014
That is not only a physically complicated movie, but a thematically complicated movie.The Director Isn’t Done Yet: An Interview With Steven Soderbergh
August 1, 2014
There was an inflatable bouncy house for kids and a thematically appropriate mechanical bull ride for grown-ups.Chicago’s Running of the Bulls
July 26, 2014
The mini-thons will be thematically organized to complement the new episode.A 200-Hour ‘Simpsons’ Marathon? That’s Unpossible!
July 24, 2014
I am trying to decide whether to write it chronologically like the first volume, or thematically.Richard Dawkins: How I Write
November 27, 2013
They were thematically consistent with the existing Mansion ghosts, more funny than scary, and their faces were familiar.Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom
- of, relating to, or consisting of a theme or themes
- linguistics denoting a word that is the theme of a sentence
- denoting a vowel or other sound or sequence of sounds that occurs between the root of a word and any inflectional or derivational suffixes
- of or relating to the stem or root of a word
- grammar a thematic vowel``-o-'' is a thematic in the combining form ``psycho-''
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Word Origin and History for thematically
1690s, from Greek thematikos, from thema (see theme). Related: Thematically.
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