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symptomize

(sĭm′tə-mīz′, sĭmp′-) or

symptomatize

(-tə-mə-tīz′)
tr.v. symptom·ized, symptom·izing, symptom·izes or symptoma·tized or symptoma·tizing or symptoma·tizes
To be a symptom of: The infection is symptomized by chronic fatigue. High absenteeism often symptomizes job dissatisfaction.
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Weinstock explains the evolution of how Rocky Horror has been perceived and symptomatized in a short conclusion.
The speaker's melancholic position reflects the mistrust of language and the correlative obsession with truth which have symptomatized the modern crisis of signification since the early Romantic period.
The article elucidates, in other words, how Monster's violent "lesbianism" performs speciously the Bush-Blair regime's contemporary propagation of total class war, through its figural dissimulation of proto-fascist currents such as those symptomatized by U.
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Arendt and others have proposed that the world between the age of imperialism and the end of World War II symptomatized the appalling spectacle of "mass society" and the hallucinations that irrupt in the lonely mind of the mass.
Particularly after the Restoration, theories of language symptomatized the pamphlet culture of the civil wars and viewed it as a form of distorted speech.