assimilative

[ uh-sim-uh-ley-tiv, -luh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF assimilative

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Or Mr. Waldner's assimilative opinion that he had seen only ice crystals.

We may call this stage the stage of the Assimilative Republic.

Then his receptivity and assimilative powers are enormous, and he demands these in his reader.

The assimilative and nervous systems can be trained to tolerate injurious influences to a remarkable degree.

Many of these are, in all probability, excretory products of no assimilative value to the plant.

They prevent fermentation, promote oxidation, and increase the activity of the assimilative functions.

Fat is only surplus tissue—the amount manufactured by the assimilative system over and above the needs of the body.

With the assimilative power of genius, he was quick to seize upon anything he thought politic.

His body flits hither and thither, but his mind remains observant, assimilative.

We are probably at once the most assimilative and the most sensitive nation in Europe.

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