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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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3] By the same token, a significant dearth of informed counter-analysis of the fascism-sexuality nexus on the Marxist left betrays an uncannily complementary evasion of critical theory's crucial, anti-fascist praxis of immanent critique, a methodology of engaging and interrogating the formal contradictions and aporias that symptomatize the ideological reduction of a cultural occasion's interpretive layering into apparent coherence and viability, and that preclude their re-envisioning, apropos of Marx, as reified principles of historical movement and change (see Antonio 333).
By virtue of her abundant imaginative powers she develops a delirium, a brain fever, and in so doing, symptomatizes the condition of being buried alive: "she said nothing, heard nothing, and even seemed to feel nothing.
This significant inversion of the usual mechanism of glamorization symptomatizes the resentment of anti-Roseannes unable to accept the truly subversive strategy with which she has worked her nonglamour to exert supreme power over the socius, becoming glamorous on her own terms, i.
The order in which both works are treated has its importance and symptomatizes a tendency to consider Glossaire as the epitome of Leirisian writing.
This dual spectacle clearly symptomatizes the parallel fears of the masses and of foreign aggressors that were so intimately compounded for the Tory-Conservative authors of this body of literature.
They ask him/her to expose the source of the sexual malfunction the metaphor itself symptomatizes.