[ US /ˈdɹæstɪk/ ]
[ UK /dɹˈɑːstɪk/ ]
  1. forceful and extreme and rigorous
    drastic measures
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How To Use drastic In A Sentence

  • As a consequence of the profound decrease in T2 B cell numbers, their downstream mature B cell progeny, namely follicular and marginal zone B cells, were drastically depleted. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • No matter what the approach, drastic measures are needed to stem the latest tide of Yanqui imperialism.
  • Drastic changes are needed if environmental catastrophe is to be avoided.
  • Within a year the party had drastically overhauled its structure.
  • The situation calls for drastic action.
  • Its net income, however, improved drastically, from a loss of $11 million in 2002 to a net gain of $5.2 in 2003.
  • the drastically cut film
  • Other studies of potato chips and chocolate candies show drastic increases in snacking when the subject is given a larger bag of food.
  • Unemployment is at 23 per cent and its government has brought in a raft of drastic economic measures. Times, Sunday Times
  • But if marriage patterns were to be drastically altered, significant changes in the social structure would occur.
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