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Use "interpretative" in a sentence
"Indeed, Peter Gutmann isn't far off when he calls the interpretative approach "far more akin ... to hysterical passion.""
"A second kind, called interpretative or fictitious, was afterwards added."
"Bigamy is called interpretative, when, by fiction of law, a person is accounted as having had two wives, when in reality he had but one."