arrestive

[ uh-res-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF arrestive

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His attitude was arrestive as an obelisk and uncircuitable as a labyrinth.

Similarly he could disguise his voice, the natural tones of which were low, monotonous, and of no arrestive quality.

But his eyes—those peering light-blue eyes—they were the most arrestive of any of his peculiarities.

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