They are silenced and their anger is considered symptomatic of delinquency.
To play well when the decisive league game is over, critics argue, is symptomatic of a personality lacking the qualities of true winner.
For Poe the physical decay of the house was symptomatic of the decline of the Usher family.
Blood transfusion may be appropriate for symptomatic anaemia.
Both represent desirable objects, symptomatic of consumerism and excess.
The registry included patients with symptomatic and asymptomatic pulmonary embolism.
However, he says it was symptomatic of a huge culture gap between the Australian generals and not just himself but several key players.
Radiation of pain to the testicles is present in about 30 percent of symptomatic patients.
Such contradictions are symptomatic of an epoch at the end of its life. It has outlived its usefulness.
I feel this to be symptomatic of the ‘every man for himself’ attitude that prevails in society today.