symptomize


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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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2] The skin disease again symptomizes or lays bare the relations between self and other, an exchange of positions, precisely the point of contact between self and other.
associate examples of team problems with the virtual team challenges they symptomize
Perloff's total inattention to the field-shift symptomizes, I'd submit, the ideological mood that's come to suffuse the American post-avant's late-stage trade: an amorphous "autonomy of art" creed that is, of necessity, blithely oblivious to the institutional habitus that generates its very assumptions and operations.
When the heroic Montriveau confronts his aristocrate, he symptomizes the difficulty of the present as it addresses the recent past; and despite the explosive potential for regeneration opened by the gesture of kidnapping, his unconscious solution is to replay history, unchanged but for the substitution of another for his subjugated self.
Indeed, the people depicted are inseparable from the metropolis itself, their eccentricities an advertisement for Shanghai as a magnet for all colors and stripes, just as their chronic multitasking symptomizes its hyperactivity and impatience to get ahead.
51) Hindley Earnshaw's intemperance (which condition in parents was considered a cause of idiocy in children) both symptomizes and propagates the disorder at the Heights.
But the song itself symptomizes a kind of anxiety, the anxiety about intellectual women.
At first his dully throbbing voice symptomizes a state of dazzled grief.
The world was shocked as stark pictures appeared on television screens of stick-thin children with the swollen bellies and sparse, rust-coloured hair that symptomizes kwashiorkor, the body's painful protein deficiency that killed children in their thousands.
At bottom, as our study has shown, this concern regarding appropriate cognitive function symptomizes a profound problematizing of the principles governing and guiding the very operation of reason, and hence determining "[w]hat is a man" (4.
That, instead, the narrative was variously ignored and co ntested by participants symptomizes the 'considerable flexibility' that ordinary employees often have 'to create their own interpretation of what is going on' (Thachenkery 1992: 231; cf.
It symptomizes products and conditions, making it much easier for consumers to analyze the situation and make product choices.