Noun : medical jargon. From Dictionary.com.
Stapled to the back inside cover was the sheriff's report, another example of jargonistic reductionism. From Wordnik.com. [When The Bough Breaks]
Once you can talk the language - which is arguably as arcane and jargonistic as anything dreamed up in an ivory tower - then we can figure out how we can help each other. From Wordnik.com. [Coding Dispositions at GDC] Reference
There was one guy, who had given a very good and interesting paper but not shy of putting some of the academic jargon into it, who felt it was important to be able to include the heavily-jargonistic papers too. From Wordnik.com. [Helpful links, and stuff I've been up to] Reference
Yet to use a word I hate (standing for a philosophy that leaves me cold), when one "deconstructs" what Posner is saying, when one "unpacks" it (to use another jargonistic word), it may not hold water, or may at least be highly debatable. From Wordnik.com. [The Preternaturally Prolific Posner on Plagiarism] Reference
I was rather taken by the interdisciplinary notion of such a journal, and thought it would be rather a good way of ensuring that the over-jargonistic stuff would be, er, less encouraged - because the end material would have to be readable by everyone. From Wordnik.com. [Helpful links, and stuff I've been up to] Reference
And habeas corpus is pretty tricky because its jargonistic meaning is so far removed from its literal sense, but it might reasonably be translated as пусть душу представят, I would guess without Googling, or more literally указаем, чтобы ты представил тело. From Wordnik.com. [The Volokh Conspiracy » PC] Reference
And habeas corpus is pretty tricky because its jargonistic meaning is so far removed from its literal sense, but it might reasonably be translated as пусть душу представят, I would guess without Googling, or more literally (указаем), чтобы ты представил тело. From Wordnik.com. [The Volokh Conspiracy » PC] Reference
I like it, it's a comforting concept but it has a jargonistic quality to it as well. From Wordnik.com. [CBC Radio 3] Reference
While this jargonistic precious mess might be cleaned up with some simple definitional work. From Wordnik.com. [World of SL] Reference
It's always another edge case, always another use case, always another speculative imprecise jargonistic answer with them. From Wordnik.com. [World of SL] Reference
Cons: narrow and ahistorical focus within Arabic discourse from within the Ottoman Empire; jargonistic Khaled El-Rouayheb - Before Homosexuality in the A. From Wordnik.com. [Epinions Recent Content for Home] Reference
Indeed the high degree of internal diversity within UK BME (black and minority ethnic) communities makes this jargonistic umbrella abbreviation almost meaningless. From Wordnik.com. [Politics news, UK and world political comment and analysis | guardian.co.uk] Reference
Once, some years ago, I took an impenetrable jargonistic piece from a leftist periodical (I don't read right wing ones) and translated it into clear journalistic English. From Wordnik.com. [Wired Campus] Reference
Linden things come in -- a sense that they are in a tiny group of cohorts who love goofing around with them, speaking in jargonistic terms as a means of tribal bonding, and making everything sound somewhat exaggerated and like a big joke. From Wordnik.com. [World of SL] Reference
Newspapers 'job adverts reveal a muster station of longwinded titles from the jargonistic - transformation project manager (reablement) - to the comically contradictory - head of offending services - or the downright weird - generic DIP practitioner. From Wordnik.com. [BBC News | News Front Page | UK Edition] Reference
Well, cool, that's interesting, but there is a legal jargonistic difference between an inheritance tax (as New York has) which taxes each person who inherits on how much he / she inherits, and an estate tax, that taxes the deceased's entire "estate" before distribution. From Wordnik.com. [Political Animal] Reference
It all reminds me of that old-fashioned journalistic cottage industry of the 1980s, where one used to take a passage of Derrida or Irigaray out of context, quote it in all of its jargonistic glory, pronounce it gibberish and move on to a fierce dismissal of "postmodernism" as meaningless. From Wordnik.com. [Crooked Timber] Reference
Stapled to the back inside cover was the sheriff’s report, another example of jargonistic reductionism. From Wordnik.com. [When the Bough Breaks] Reference
Edward Said quit cultural studies because he couldn’t stand “jaw-shattering jargonistic postmodernism”. From Wordnik.com. [Matthew Yglesias » Damn Arabists] Reference
Randolfe -- you frequently make blast-blogs like this in jargonistic language taken from the special terms and jargonistic words of your own field of phrase, and then people have nothing to say. From Wordnik.com. [Coldwell Banker selling homes in Second Life] Reference
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