topical

[ top-i-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF topical

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It's topical, so there's just a chance they'll use it to-night.

Such an examination could be called a "topical examination."

In topical discussions the facts should be stated in a logical order.

"Fact" questions and topical discussions should be interspersed.

The fact is that the topical preface is being overdone these days.

Somebody must have written a topical verse for the occasion.

I take the nearest and most topical instance to hand a newspaper.

To relieve this, Dr. Templeton resorted to topical bleeding.

Take the most topical case you can find in any drawing-room: Belfast.

But we have now to do with Cathartics that act by topical irritation.

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