Difficult Words : Pathology and Paternal



Difficult Words : Pathology and Paternal

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Paternal (puh TUR nul) adj: fatherly, father like

• Freud is paternal toward his niece.

• Maternal means motherly or mother like.




Pathology (puh THOL uh jee) n: the science of disease

• Pathology is the science or study of diseases, but not necessarily in the medical sense.

• Pathological means relating to pathology, but it also means arising from a disease.

• So if we say Brad is an inveterate, inveterate, incorrigible, pathological liar, we are saying that Brad’s lying is a sickness.



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