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Definition of "propulsive" [pro•pul•sive]

  • Of or pertaining to propulsion (adjective)
  • Serving to propel (adjective)

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Use "propulsive" in a sentence
  • "It lacks nuance, complexity, and what Toni Morrison calls the propulsive “midwifery properties” of language."
  • "The same eight dancers, the same kind of propulsive minimalist score (“The Light,” by Philip Glass), and yet Lux is in total contrast to Alchemy."
  • "It becomes more than a support, it becomes a kind of propulsive force applied to the action at the start."
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