diagnose

[ dahy-uh g-nohs, -nohz, dahy-uh g-nohs, -nohz ]SEE DEFINITION OF diagnose

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I will also diagnose your case, and advise you free of charge.

"I can diagnose the case more bluntly if you wish," he retorted.

It may be difficult to diagnose exactly the mental symptoms.

“Macgilpin, just diagnose this case for me,” cried the doctor to his assistant.

I tried to diagnose her symptoms, but they were too complicated and contradictory.

“I diagnose it as a physician,” Mellon said in the same dry, earnest tone.

"I am not going to diagnose your case, if that is what you mean," replied Edith, with a smile.

Doc Macnooder for instance could diagnose a pocket-book as keenly as a surgeon.

I leave it to physicians, to occultists and to casuists to diagnose this case.

Had the teeth been absent it would have been impossible to diagnose it as human.

WORD ORIGIN

1861, back-formation from diagnosis. Related: Diagnosed; diagnosing.

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