Methodic in a sentence

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Definition of Methodic

  • Arranged with regard to method; disposed in a suitable manner, or in a manner to illustrate a subject, or to facilitate practical observation; well-ordered; as, the methodical arrangement of arguments; a methodical treatise.
  • Proceeding with regard to method; characterized by method or orderliness; systematic; as, a methodical investigation.
  • Of or pertaining to the ancient school of physicians called methodists.

How to use methodic in a sentence. Methodic pronunciation.

Do not young men think, speak, act, just now, in this very incoherent, fragmentary way; without methodic education or habits of thought; with the various stereotyped systems which they have received by tradition, breaking up under them like ice in a thaw; with a thousand facts and notions, which they know not how to classify, pouring in on them like a flood?-a very Yeasty state of mind altogether, like a mountain burn in a spring rain, carrying down with it stones, sticks, peat-water, addle grouse-eggs and drowned kingfishers, fertilising salts and vegetable poisons- not, alas! without a large crust, here and there, of sheer froth.
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He would expect her to be methodic, to see that eggs were fresh, and beds well aired.
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So my mamma says that my intellect is not adapted for methodic science, and says that I must go in for general information.
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I should like to see every foreign station what one or two highly-educated officers might easily make it, an advanced post of physical science, in regular communication with our scientific societies at home, sending to them accurate and methodic details of the natural history of each district-details ninety-nine hundredths of which might seem worthless in the eyes of the public, but which would all be precious in the eyes of scientific men, who know that no fact is really unimportant; and more, that while plodding patiently through seemingly unimportant facts, you may stumble on one of infinite importance, both scientific and practical.
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The hands were continually in slow, methodic, quasi-rhythmic motion, never remaining long in the same attitude.
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At the well known, methodic intervals, the whale's glittering spout was regularly announced from the manned mast-heads; and when he would be reported as just gone down, Ahab would take the time, and then pacing the deck, binnacle-watch in hand, so soon as the last second of the allotted hour expired, his voice was heard.
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On reaching the house in Welland Bottom the door was opened to her by old Hannah, who wore an assiduously sorrowful look; and Lady Constantine was shown into the large room,-so wide that the beams bent in the middle,-where she took her seat in one of a methodic range of chairs, beneath a portrait of the Reverend Mr. St. Cleeve, her astronomer's erratic father.
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Uncertain in Champagne, it becomes daring under Dumouriez, unbridled under the brigands who fought the Vendeeans, methodic under Pichegru, vulgar under Jourdan, skilled under Moreau, rash under Bonaparte.
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Examples of Methodic

Example #1
Yet no heterogeneous confused flood-deposit, no fertile meadows below.
Example #2
Let them first be sure that that is not an integral feature of the subject itself, and therefore the very form the book should take.
Example #3
So, by thinking, she reasoned herself into such a theoretic reprobation of this attempt upon her, that his offer became a heinous crime.
Example #4
And how could she write fiction with such a one for mentor and company?
Example #5
About anything you like; for as fast as I learn things I forget them again.
Example #6
Well, they didn't know that: all they knew was the examiner was coming.