acquisitive

[ uh-kwiz-i-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF acquisitive

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACQUISITIVE

He was of an acquisitive nature, was Charlie—and the road to his favor must be paved with gifts.

All art was divided originally by us into two branches—productive and acquisitive.

You have a more energetic, stirring, acquisitive, and capacious soul.

He is silent but acquisitive, so I do not tease him with too many explanations.

From an acquisitive standpoint the locality signifies no longer.

The mind of the modern Japanese is progressive and acquisitive.

The acquisitive Spaniard soon “caught on” and has never yet let go.

The acquisitive instincts of man were exaggerated at the expense of the creative.

This growth and development which I speak of is not intellectual in the acquisitive sense.

Colonel Nicholls had an acquisitive instinct; he was interested.

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