attributive

[ uh-trib-yuh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF attributive
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In other words, let the bodies be regarded as attributive and the forces as substantive.

Like other Participles it may be used either as Attributive or Predicate.

We will notice the attributive features of these witnesses as they are related by John in this chapter—that is, Rev. xi.

In such an interpretation nearly all the attributive features of these witnesses are ignored.

Attributive adjectives and adverbs, and their equivalents, are placed before nouns and verbs they modify.

An attributive adjective is closely attached to its noun and regularly precedes it.

Even the attributive judgment is found on examination to be of this nature.

Rnams follows its noun as would any other attributive word—“man plural” (whether two or a million) like “man white.”

In the first place, Kant states his problem in reference only to the attributive judgment.

Even the attributive judgment, as above noted, is no mere assertion of identity.

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