statistical

[ stuh-tis-ti-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF statistical

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The statistical data of his work are especially interesting.

Racial immunity from certain diseases may be shown by statistical studies.

An examination of the statistical basis of the argument is necessary.

What had been a picturesque emotion had now become a statistical argument.

The statistical method is of use only to those who have found it out.

My life is a concrete illustration of a multitude of statistical facts.

I had to admit that he was right, but I still could not accept his statistical attitude.

I want as good a statistical sampling as you can get in so short a time.

This is worthy of the statistical psychologists of the present day.

I will not trouble you with statistical or geographical details.

WORD ORIGIN

1787, from statistic + -al (1). Related: Statistically.

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