having, showing, or involving a system, method, or plan: a systematic course of reading; systematic efforts.
given to or using a system or method; methodical: a systematic person.
arranged in or comprising an ordered system: systematic theology.
concerned with classification: systematic botany.
pertaining to, based on, or in accordance with a system of classification: the systematic names of plants.
confusedly, illegibly, wildly, frantically, aimlessly, ambiguously, chaotically, drunkenly, incomprehensibly, indistinctly, ineptly, randomly, sloppily, spasmodically, uncertainly, unintelligibly
Origin of systematic
Synonyms for systematic
2. See orderly.
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characterized by the use of order and planning; methodicala systematic administrator
comprising or resembling a systemsystematic theology
Also: systematical (sɪstəˈmætɪkəl) biology of or relating to the taxonomic classification of organisms
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1670s, from Late Latin systematicus, from Greek systematikos, from systema (see system). Related: Systematically.
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