Definition of Definitives

1. Noun. (plural of definitive) ¹



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Definition of Definitives

1. definitive [n] - See also: definitive

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Definitives

definitionally
definitioneering
definitionless
definitionlessness
definitions
definitions by pointing
definitive
definitive callus
definitive erythroblast
definitive host
definitive lysosomes
definitive method
definitive prosthesis
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definitiveness
definitives (current term)
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defix
defixed
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defixing
deflagrability
deflagrable

Literary usage of Definitives

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1. Encyclopaedia Britannica; Or A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and (1823)
"... that the words called definitives and connectives, so far from having of themselves no signification, are equally essential to language, ..."

2. The Works of James Harris, Esq. by James Harris (1841)
"CHAPTER I. CONCERNING definitives. WHAT remains of our work is a matter of less difficulty, it being the same here as in some historical picture; ..."

3. Hermes: Or, A Philosophical Inquiry Concerning Universal Grammar by James Harris (1825)
"I. Concerning definitives. remains of our Work, is a matter of less difficulty, ... definitives, the Subject of the present Chapter, are commonly called by ..."

4. Hermes, Or A Philosophical Inquiry Concerning Universal Grammar by James Harris (1786)
"... CHAP I. Concerning definitives. is a matter of lefs difficulty, v—•^—' it being the fame here, as in, ..."

5. Hermes, Or A Philosophical Inquiry Concerning Universal Grammar by James Harris (1786)
"CHAP I. Concerning definitives* WHAT remains of our Work, Ch.t. is a matter of lefs difficulty, <—vw it being the fame here, ..."

6. Hermes: Or, a Philosophical Inquiry Concerning Language and Universal by James Harris (1751)
"I. Concerning definitives. 'HAT remains of our Work,Ch. I. is a matter of lefs difficulty, it being the fame here, ..."

7. A Comparative Grammar of the Gaudian Languages: With Special Reference to by August Friedrich Rudolf Hoernle (1880)
"definitives. 423. Definiteness or emphasis is given to a number by adding the suff. ... definitives ..."

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