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Definition of "eliminative" [e•lim•i•na•tive]

  • Of, pertaining to, or producing elimination (adjective)

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Use "eliminative" in a sentence
  • "There is even a school of thought in philosophy, fueled by neurobiology, called eliminative materialism."
  • "They advocate what is called eliminative materialism."
  • "She implies that eliminative materialism is not a program for reforming the taxa of psychologists and neurologists, but some kind of quixotic campaign against poetry in ordinary language."