Etymology

1. behavioral

adjective. ['bɪˈheɪvjɝəl, biːˈheɪvjɝəl'] of or relating to behavior.

Etymology

  • -al (English)
  • behavior (English)

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Rhymes with Behavioral

  • admiral
  • agricultural
  • agricultural
  • architectural
  • behavioral
  • bilateral
  • canaveral
  • corporal
  • countercultural
  • countercultural
  • cultural
  • directoral
  • doctoral
  • electoral
  • ephemeral
  • federal
  • femoral
  • funeral
  • general
  • guttural

How do you pronounce behavioral?

Pronounce behavioral as bɪˈheɪvjərəl.

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Sentences with behavioral


1. Adjective
As the first labor pains begin, you may notice behavioral changes in your dog.

2. Noun, singular or mass
The authors note that physical deformities and abnormal behavioral have been observed by similar studies.

Quotes about behavioral


1. I'm not sure the least educated members of the population are missing out on the advances in medical technology as much as they are adopting harmful behavioral habits that shorten their life.
- S. Jay Olshansky

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