Of or relating to procreation: the procreative instinct. (adjective)
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Use "procreative" in a sentence
"TOB only discusses the unitive aspect of Christian marriage, not the procreative, which is the primary end of marriage."
"Accusing the Church of focusing only on the procreative is a typically ignorant move."
"In middle life, or what might be called the procreative period of man, when the corona would seem to require all its excitability or sensitiveness, seems to be the very season in life when the glans is most apt to remain uncovered; so that nature and this hypothetical idea of the use of the prepuce are evidently at variance."