Simple Definition of systematic
: using a careful system or method : done according to a system
Full Definition of systematic
1 : relating to or consisting of a system
2 : presented or formulated as a coherent body of ideas or principles <systematic thought>
3a : methodical in procedure or plan <a systematic approach> <a systematic scholar>b : marked by thoroughness and regularity <systematic efforts>
4 : of, relating to, or concerned with classification; specifically : taxonomic
systematicallyplay \-ti-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
systematicnessplay \-tik-nəs\ noun
Examples of systematic in a sentence
We used a systematic approach to solve the problem.
She made a systematic study of the evidence.
the systematic production of cars
Origin and Etymology of systematic
Late Latin systematicus, from Greek systēmatikos, from systēmat-, systēma
First Known Use: circa 1680
Rhymes with systematic
achromatic, acrobatic, aerobatic, anabatic, antistatic, aromatic, Asiatic, astigmatic, autocratic, automatic, bureaucratic, charismatic, cinematic, democratic, diplomatic, Eleatic, emblematic, enzymatic, Hanseatic, hieratic, Hippocratic, hydrostatic, kerygmatic, kleptocratic, melismatic, mobocratic, monocratic, morganatic, numismatic, operatic, phallocratic, photostatic, plutocratic, pre-Socratic, problematic, programmatic, symptomatic, technocratic, theocratic, thermostatic, undogmatic, undramatic
SYSTEMATIC Defined for Kids
Definition of systematic for Students
: using a system or a regular and orderly method <She works in a systematic way.>
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