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systematically

adverb

Definition: done in a consistent and systematic manner

Synonyms: orderly, methodically, consistently

Antonyms: randomly

Tips: When something is done systematically, there is a system (method, order, plan) to it. Systematic describes anything organized and logical, rather than disorganized and chaotic.

Usage Examples:

After being systematically passed up for a promotion 3 years in a row, Mike finally quit his job. (consistently)

We’ll have to systematically go through our old invoices to find the billing discrepancy. (orderly, methodically)

They conducted a systematic investigation to uncover the truth. (organized, methodical) adjective

Fortunately, the city agency has become more systematic in the way they process forms, so they provide you with a much faster response. (organized, consistent) adjective


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