Their earthly needs are tended to by Mrs Doyle, the downtrodden, eccentric and pathologically dedicated housekeeper.
There are some pathologically obese families in which this will not be true, but they are as rare as diabetic families.
It was touch and go with me for days, I am told; yet, pathologically, I was a hale man.
The character and works of that great institution must first be studied, not pathologically but sympathetically.
pathologically the heart is large, at times true cor bovinum, dilated and hypertrophied.
Ever the pathologically envious, the citizens of CEE bathed in common misery.
Clinically and pathologically it bears some resemblance to papular eczema.
Associated and convergent movements may be interfered with pathologically in different ways.
pathologically, red corpuscles vary in size and shape, staining properties, and structure.
pathologically or otherwise, I've been a case since before I started the blood tests.
pathological path·o·log·i·cal (pāth'ə-lŏj'ĭ-kəl) or path·o·log·ic (-ĭk)
Of or relating to pathology.
Relating to or caused by disease.