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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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The growth of tenancy and landless labor, however, and the control of most land by a relatively small portion of the cultivating populace, symptomized the departure downward of agrarian destinies from lofty British reform ideals of creating a large, prosperous landowning yeomanry.
And yet you could go down the checklist of everything that has symptomized Oregon's struggles this season, and you'd have found those problems here.
This fatal disease, symptomized by coughing, wheezing, lung infections, very salty sweat, and excessive appetite with inability to gain weight, affects about 30,000 Americans.
It turned out he had cough-variant asthma symptomized by dry-hacking coughs instead of wheezes that produce a whistling sound.
That grid itself was nowhere better symptomized than in Parsonian sociology, which expressed a perfect systemic correspondence between various components of the machine of equilibrium.
The texts of this genre appear to be symptomized by a number of distinctive characteristics:
The magnified action was symptomized by rapid vacuolization of the cytoplasm in insect's midgut resulting cellular disorganization.
Ontological in character, Rene's fear conforms to that of anxiety or Angst as symptomized by an implied "dizziness.