comparative

[ kuh m-par-uh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF comparative

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPARATIVE

Garson contrived to present an aspect of comparative indifference.

The night duty had been a time of comparative peace to Carlotta.

They shouted at each other in the jingle with comparative cheerfulness.

To do this it will be necessary to refer to comparative ethnography.

The comparative coolness of these rocks had served to revive him somewhat.

The Indians treated their captives with comparative kindness.

These will be the criterion of the comparative claims of pleasure and wisdom.

We form no guess, at the time of receiving a thought, of its comparative value.

For comparative purposes, some typical examples are given in Table 3.

The study of any foreign language may be made also a study of Comparative Philology.

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