systematical

[ sis-tuh-mat-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF systematical
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With steel or wooden traps is the only systematical way of hunting these animals.

This author is the first who has treated this subject generally and in a systematical matter.

That it would not be so useful had any systematical arrangement been followed seems undeniable.

But they were utterly undisciplined, and turbulently impatient of superior authority, or systematical control.

I considered the scheme as neither substantial, nor permanent, nor systematical, nor likely to be a corrective of evil influence.

Certainly, none; because every circumstance of Mr. Hastings's proceedings was systematical, and perfectly well known at Oude.

Punctuality, Dick—systematical, methodical punctuality—is a fortune to a fellow ready made.

This was the most zealous and systematical of all the cosmopolitical Lodges in France.

We thought that on this subject, a systematical plan of general education should be proposed, and I was requested to undertake it.

I cannot gather from his desultory pages that he had any notion of a systematical arrangement of his Anulosa.

WORD ORIGIN

1670s, from Late Latin systematicus, from Greek systematikos, from systema (see system). Related: Systematically.

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