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Definition of "implicative" [im•pli•ca•tive]

  • Tending to implicate or to imply; pertaining to implication. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "implicative" in a sentence
  • "Like the “not-yet-happening of the result,” the “temporarily not-giving-rise to its result” is a nonstatic implicative negation phenomena and a noncongruent affecting variable, imputably knowable on the basis of a karmic tendency."
  • "Moreover, let us limit our discussion to the Gelug Prasangika assertion of “not-yet-happenings” as nonstatic implicative negation phenomena."
  • "And Edwards has not shown himself able to combat this sort of implicative slur."