Definition of Irrelative

1. a. Not relative; without mutual relations; unconnected.



Definition of Irrelative

1. Adjective. (archaic) irrelevant, not connected ¹

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Definition of Irrelative

1. [adj]

Medical Definition of Irrelative

1. Not relative; without mutual relations; unconnected. Irrel"atively, Irrelative chords, those having no common tone. Irrelative repetition, the multiplication of parts that serve for a common purpose, but have no mutual dependence or connection. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Irrelative

irregularist
irregularists
irregularities
irregularity
irregularly
irregulars
irregulate
irregulated
irregulates
irregulating
irregulous
irrejectable
irrelapsable
irrelate
irrelation
irrelative (current term)
irrelatively
irrelevance
irrelevances
irrelevancies
irrelevancy
irrelevant
irrelevantly
irrelievable
irreligion
irreligionist
irreligionists
irreligions
irreligious
irreligiously

Literary usage of Irrelative

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1. The Province of Jurisprudence Determined by John Austin (1832)
"... cannot be expounded, in a complete and satisfactory manner, without a previous exposition of those seemingly irrelative hypotheses. ..."

2. Grammar of the Temne Language by Christian Frederick Schlenker (1864)
"Adjectives with an irrelative Prefix. § 51. There is a class of words, adjectives in form with the irrelative pref. o-, mostly used adverbially, ..."

3. Walker's Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English by John Walker (1823)
"deviation from rule ; inordinate practice Irregularly, Jr-r^gu-Ur-lr. ad. without observation of rule or method irrelative, ir-rilla-llv. a. having no ..."

4. The Province of Jurisprudence Determined by John Austin (1832)
"... cannot be expounded, in a complete and satisfactory manner, without a previous exposition of those seemingly irrelative hypotheses. ..."

5. Grammar of the Temne Language by Christian Frederick Schlenker (1864)
"Adjectives with an irrelative Prefix. § 51. There is a class of words, adjectives in form with the irrelative pref. o-, mostly used adverbially, ..."

6. Walker's Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English by John Walker (1823)
"deviation from rule ; inordinate practice Irregularly, Jr-r^gu-Ur-lr. ad. without observation of rule or method irrelative, ir-rilla-llv. a. having no ..."

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