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statistical
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adjective
of, pertaining to, consisting of, or based on
statistics
.
Origin:
1590–1600;
statistic(s)
+
al
^{1}
Related forms
statistically,
adverb
nonstatistical,
adjective
nonstatistically,
adverb
prestatistical,
adjective
unstatistical,
adjective
unstatistically,
adverb
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statistical
(stəˈtɪstɪk
^{ə}
l)
—
adj
of or relating to statistics
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statistically
(stəˈtɪstɪkəlɪ, klɪ)
—
adv
in terms of or according to statistics
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Example sentences
His onfield presence was a shade too
statistically
minded for a certain kind
of fan.
Statistically
speaking, there may be a sampleselection problem.
We haven't been collecting this data long enough to test it
statistically
, but
there does seem to be this trend.
Surprisingly, these zip lines are still low risk,
statistically
safer than
driving in a car or flying on an airplane.
If
statistically
desperate, you're tempted to grab whatever data is available.
Statistically
it seems okay to siphon off some wildebeest in a migration of over a million.
Most of those factors don't have a
statistically
significant relationship to school performance.
Although
statistically
significant, the difference between the two groups was probably unnoticeable otherwise.
Therefore, other things being equal, war is
statistically
more likely in a multipolar system than it is in a bipolar one.
The increased use of early decision shows the strong drive for colleges to make themselves look better
statistically
.
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