systematic[ sis-tuh-mat-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF systematic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SYSTEMATIC
During that ten days, and later, he adopted a systematic plan of work.
Discriminating, systematic, scientific culture is our demand.
They are well drilled in this, and many of their operations are systematic and efficient.
I take it then that the systematic policing of the grounds is the first thing I am to consider.
The pupil is being trained in systematic thought and in concentration.
This systematic extortion of yours must come to an end here and now!
The most persistent, the most dangerous, the craftiest, the most systematic of informers.
In 1897 a systematic effort was made to secure a bill for this amendment.
These birds pursue a Lark or a Swallow in the most systematic manner.
Upon this, a systematic search was made through all the rooms of the bungalow.
1670s, from Late Latin systematicus, from Greek systematikos, from systema (see system). Related: Systematically.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SYSTEMATIC
- of a piece
- on the button
- on the money
- on the nose