analytic

Part of speech: adverb

Analytically.

Part of speech: adjective

Pertaining to or proceeding by analysis. analytical.

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Usage examples "analytic":

  1. Her analytic habit gained more and more upon her as she wrote. - "Brief History of English and American Literature", Henry A. Beers.
  2. On the other hand, a priori judgements are sometimes analytic and sometimes synthetic. - "Kant's Theory of Knowledge", Harold Arthur Prichard.
  3. But the most pitiable and unfortunate of the one- sided scientists are those who would banish logic from the realms of physics, and who regard a deduction or a theory as an enemy of science; who heap scorn on analytic reason- the highest gift of Deity to man- and who deem the tabulation of dry facts without causes the only purpose of science. - "The Universe a Vast Electric Organism", George Woodward Warder.