Definition of Protensive

1. a. Drawn out; extended.



Definition of Protensive

1. Adjective. Drawn out; extended. ¹

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Definition of Protensive

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Protensive

proteinoplasts
proteinous
proteins
proteinurea
proteinuria
proteinurias
proteinuric
protend
protended
protending
protends
protense
protenses
protension
protensions
protensive (current term)
protensively
protention
protentional
protentions
proteo-
proteobacteria
proteobacterial
proteobacterium
proteoclastic
proteogenic
proteogenomic
proteogenomics
proteoglycan
proteoglycans

Literary usage of Protensive

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1. Pelicotetics, Or, The Science of Quantity: An Elementary Treatise on Algebra by Archibald Sandeman (1868)
"Also a is called the protensive ELEMENT in a+(-}*t> and the other ... For ab a' b' being protensive quantities and j one meaning of (—)* if OP OP' be the ..."

2. The Human Mind, a Text-book of Psychology by James Sully (1892)
"Duration: protensive Magnitude. One other aspect of sensation may be just mentioned, viz., duration or, as Hamilton has called it, ..."

3. Rational Psychology: Or, The Subjective Idea and the Objective Law of All by Laurens Perseus Hickok (1854)
"... chaos except as an intelligent spirit, in its distinguishing and conjoining agency, broods over it. 3. The diversity as protensive is in the manifold- ..."

4. Discussions on Philosophy and Literature, Education and University Reform by William Hamilton, Robert Turnbull (1853)
"TIME, Pretension or protensive quantity, called likewise Duration, is a necessary condition of thought. It may be considered both in itself and in the ..."

5. Discussions on Philosophy and Literature, Education and University Reform by William Hamilton (1852)
"... protensive quantity, called likewise Duration, is a necessary condition of thought. It may be dered both in itself and in the things which it contains. ..."

6. Discussions on Philosophy and Literature, Education and University Reform by William Hamilton, Robert Turnbull (1855)
"TIME, Pretension or protensive quantity, called likewise Duration, is a necessary condition of thought. It may be considered both in itself and in the ..."

7. Discussions on Philosophy and Literature, Education and University Reform by William Hamilton, Robert Turnbull (1858)
"TIME, Pretension or protensive quantity, called likewise Duration, is a necessary condition of thought. It may be considered both in itself and in the ..."

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