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  • adj.related
  • nounparallel

synonyms for correlative

  • complementary
  • correspondent
  • parallel
  • reciprocal
  • correlated
  • corresponding
  • matching
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antonyms for correlative

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    How to use correlative in a sentence

    That correlative trend between Siakam’s driving success and Toronto’s overall success has continued.
    THE TORONTO RAPTORS CAN’T SEEM TO FINISH THEIR DRIVESLOUIS ZATZMANJANUARY 27, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
    The fear of losing her increased his passion for her, and made him hate his rival with correlative fervor.
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    We might answer that the actualization of him who acts is simply present in such a thing (without correlative reaction).
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    It is correlative with black, which is the opposite extreme of neutrality.
    FIELD'S CHROMATOGRAPHYGEORGE FIELD
    Where she might have rejoiced in the correlative claims bestowed upon her, she nourished only complaint.
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    Potentiality and actuality are correlative terms corresponding to matter and form.
    A HISTORY OF MEDIAEVAL JEWISH PHILOSOPHYISAAC HUSIK
    It was a story of a sort and with a setting that Mark Twain loved, and as he read there came a correlative idea.
    MARK TWAIN, A BIOGRAPHY, 1835-1910, COMPLETEALBERT BIGELOW PAINE
    The passive form is evidently a correlative sentence, which turns about and makes the object into a subject.
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    The Subject is the correlative limit or measure (to use Protagorean phrases) of one as well as of the other.
    PLATO AND THE OTHER COMPANIONS OF SOKRATES, 3RD ED. VOLUME III (OF 4)GEORGE GROTE
    An intense jealousy of central power was one correlative characteristic.
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    WORDS RELATED TO CORRELATIVE

    • analog
    • cognate
    • correlate
    • correlative
    • correspondent
    • counterpart
    • equivalent
    • match
    • similarity
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