diagnosed

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

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"Injun's on top," he diagnosed sententiously after a minute.

At Rossi's request Dr. Fedi had been called in, and he had diagnosed the case exactly.

The doctor was sent for and diagnosed the case "bilious fever."

I have, and I have diagnosed it as a case of mistaken identity.

"I said I had just diagnosed it, not that it had just started, señor," corrected Sanchez.

“Overdose of hammers,” she diagnosed, then wisely changed the subject.

In Denmark in 1894 over forty per cent were diagnosed as tubercular.

Not long since somebody or other diagnosed in him the habitual criminal.

She had diagnosed me as a six and a half, and six and a half I am, so all was peace and joy.

Secondary causation is really effect, though not often so diagnosed.

WORD ORIGIN

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

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