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noun as in approach

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There is some scientific merit to some alternative modalities, such as the well-documented placebo effect.

When dealing with the Iraq War, he never falters or bludgeons the reader on the head with tired modalities.

I say somewhere in the book that he had two composition modalities, fast and slow.

Preventing disease is derogated, and relegated to the province of alternative modalities.

These would be relatively specific, possibly including a general timeline and modalities for future negotiation.

In view of the many differences obtaining between them, how otherwise could modalities form a category?

A social average of individual modalities interests us more than the incommunicable originality of our deeper life.

But this division into three modalities or into three states is far from giving the number of the manifestations of being.

The simplisme of M. Zola is not absolute, as but one of the three constituent modalities is omitted, that one being morality.

The personal consciousness is only one of the modalities of the general consciousness.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to modalities, such as: method, process, procedure, manner, style, and tone.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.